Waning gibbous -- 98% full. Or so says my moon watching widget!
I saw this scene as I glanced out the back window this morning before school. I had to run for my camera and try a few shots.
Gorgeous view though bitterly cold. I hope this spell snaps soon.
If nothing else, it keeps us inside.
I don't even find the energy to get out for a cup of coffee with friends and family these days. I just decided that I might, but no -- at 9:20 PM, people will not appreciate my company!
And no -- of course I do not go for walks!
I must say I felt guilty an hour ago when I heard my parents come back from their's.
This book was a much appreciated Christmas gift from one of my sisters. It was my first read of the year and made me search the library for other L. M. Montgomery books.
I decided on the Emily series and was not disappointed. It has been years since I read the books. A great read though I picked them out of the school library. I do not know of many juvenile literature authors that I enjoy and won't even review most.
I would not recommend the video series if you enjoy the books. They are nothing like the books which is a shame. Hopefully someone will see the value in the series and remake it into a truer version.
The basket above was another thoughtful gift.
It was immediately filled with the want-to-read pile that litters my bedside cabinet and drawers.
Now what will it be -- Elizabeth Gaskell (a late used bookstore find) or George Macdonald?