Almost Thanksgiving and the grass is nearly obscured by snow. That’s okay with me after the mild, lingering autumn we’ve had. Our garden wall project that ate up our summer (and was partially the reason I rarely wrote), is nearly complete, and that is one of a million things I am thankful for this season.
Warm eggs in my ice-cold hand. Birds at the feeder. A water droplet at the bottom of every one of the hundreds of crab apples on the tree outside my window. An open afternoon after several weeks of busy, busy, busy.
We’re off to Montreal on Friday. Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving wherever you are, and see you again next week.
You have a wonderful Thanksgiving, my darling friend, and a fabulous time in our favorite city!!!! Wish, wish, wish we were there with you all! X
Oh me too! Did you score a Scottish turkey? Tell Bob I’ll get his photo on St-Denis. xoxox
Oh, have a wonderful time! Hoping to hit Montreal this spring…after the thaw 🙂
Enjoy the parade today!! Stay warm.
Beautiful shots! The clover shot at the end is so pretty!
Thanks!! I rarely find them. Such a treat when you do.
Another gorgeous post. I love the way you write – you evoke so much with a few simple but finely observed details. Indeed, as you do in your photography too.
Thank you dear Rachael!!
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! What a lovely restful blog post to read today, I love coming here! Have a wonderful trip:) xx
hope you’re enjoying montreal 🙂 i’m all for letting the snow come linger too- it’s gorgeous and perfect reminder that the holidays are here 🙂
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are enjoying Montreal. I love every bit of this post and photography, as always. It’s beautiful to see what you’re surrounded by!
Just stumbled upon the blog… LOVE the photos you take! Very creative. I’ll definitely be looking forward to new posts!
I love it when I find four leaf clovers. 🙂