I went out early to wake up the hens, put our freshwater and feed, open their little runway when I noticed how beautiful the sky looked–the first glimmer of the coming day
Easter day was cold, wind blowing, buffeting man and beast, water and earth in a (most) cold and nasty way.
Big clouds filled the sky, dark with the promise of moisture, which never fell
The last set of the day, then home again, home again where warm comfort waited by the welcoming fire.
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
better than the 20 inches of snow we got in Boulder!
That’s a lot! Sigh
Incredible sunrise picture, Linda! Our Easter was cooler and blustery, too. Had dusting of snow Sunday night and early this morning! I’m ready for Spring to come back!
Me too…ice on the furrows of running water. THAT is cold.
Bless you! You are always “there” with comforting and enouraging blogs. May I recommend the second message from Queen E. She made a very encouraging, short radio broadcast for Easter. A video of a candle was added, and it is a wonderful message about the triumph of light over dark. It is all over utube and facebook. It wasn’t broadcast here. It is a nice break from all the shrill, angry message we hear here. Enjoy.
I love the Queen Mum…she is the most positive, firm, and kind leader in all the world. I will go to utube and listen to her. Thank you, Katie.
I could almost feel that wind. And, THAT is a big cloud.
BIG!!! And the storms on the desert seem to be HUGE.
Love those clouds Linda! 🙂
Me too! They are so much fun to watch
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