Sunday, December 03, 2006

I tend to think of November as a bleak month, at least weatherwise. It is often muddy. The brightly colored fall leaves are gone. The branches are dismal without them. The best thing about November is Thanksgiving. Often, by Thanksgiving we have snow, but not this year. The snow covers the barren ground and makes everything sparkle in the bright sun. The night seems less dark with moonlight reflecting off the white blanket. Even the trees brighten up when lined with white glistening snow. This year, the temperature was far too warm for snow, but we can dream about it. Having family, good food and thankful hearts makes up for any dreariness of weather and we certainly had those in abundance!


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