Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Winter Blue...

After too many colorless days in a row, bits of blue sky peeked out from beyond the clouds this afternoon. It is amazing how sweet and rejuvenating a blue sky can be in the middle of a long, gray winter. The sun made its appearance just in time to let us see it sink down into the lake, while soft colors glowed on the frozen surface.

I was busy in the kitchen this evening, but don't have anything to share yet. My dinner is a work in progress; I'll share when I've settled on an actual written-down version of the recipe! For now, I hope you enjoy Haiku's photo of the late afternoon sun and my favorite Winston Churchill quote:

"We are all worms. But I do believe I am a glowworm." ~ Winston Churchill


photo by Haiku, February 7, 2007


2 comments:

Nan said...

Churchill quotes are among my favorites. I have a friend who has this one on her fridge - never, never, never give up.

We've had a lot of sunshine both this winter and last. Even today when it is snowing, the sun occasionally peeks through.

Lovely photo.

Aisling said...

Nan, We love Churchill quotes here too. Thanks for your nice compliment on Haiku's photo. You're lucky to be having so much sunshine. It makes all the difference to me. I need that blue sky and sunshine!