What an awesome few days it has been. Saturday I gardened in a new client’s yard to get accustomed to the spirit of the garden and the energy that it shared with me. It was a wonderfully pleasant experience. Today when the snow started to fall, I thought to myself, we can finally nestle in to the season at hand.
My dog, Amenia – the perfect Rottie – was so tickled when she pranced out side to relieve herself…and figured out that there was snow on the ground. Amenia is very light on her feet, for such a large dog, but to see her dance on the snow is a sight to behold….especially from my end of the leash!!!!
As we took our daily walk down to District Heights Parkway, where there is a native woodland green space, the trees noticeably glistened like the Winter Fairy Princess had taken her wand and touched each and every branch. Occasionally, a few large plops of snow would gently fall on my shoulders and I knew that the trees were merely playing with me as I enjoyed the still of the evening.
When it snows, there is a noticeable silence that allows you to really absorb your surroundings and notice the garden in winter, naked but dusted in the season’s finest= esrr.
I love the winter garden in it’s naked splendor.by