“The first fall of snow is not only an event, it is a Magical Event. You go to bed in one kind of a world and wake up in another quite different, and if this is not Enchantment, then where is it to be found?—J.B. Priestley
The day is still cold enough the remnants of last night’s small snow is staying on the ground
We have been so terribly dry that even this small snow is a wonderful gift.
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
Hanging there in the light blue of the sky, glittering like a HUGE pearl, surrounded by pinks and golds
Was December’s gift to us of a Super Moon. Gradually a deep pinkish gray painted cloud slowly floated over the giant milky glow
Covering that amazing orb.
The pearlized light seemed to whirl out of the air and brush each and everything it touched with brilliant radiance!
From my world to your heart,
The deer are eating the corn, yum-yum. Not a good thing. Good for the deer. but not the bottom line.
Still I don’t think we are going to be hurt! It would take more than the small sized herd we have living on our place.
We did have a nice melt yesterday.
A few of the farmers have started started corn harvest. Just a small amount of farmers. Terry is thinking possibly Friday we can start…of course it depends on the melt, the mud, and the moisture content of the knerals. I’m sure when everything gets just right for us the rest of the the farmers will be ready also. 🙂
That is when the lines are long, long, long at the elevator. Still, it will mean Corn Harvest (and paycheck)!
Today we are building fence. Seems like there is always something that needs done. 🙂
I hope your day is going well for you. As always, Your friend on a western Colorado Farm,