We’re about 2/3rds of the way through winter. It’s been an easy winter so far. A few snowstorms, but nothing that’s been a showstopper. At the moment, we’re in the midst of a cold snap (4 degrees Fahrenheit this morning).
We’re native New Englanders, so this is nothing we can’t handle, but we are beginning to think about Spring. It would be nice to put Charles to work in the back yard and gardens before he disappears for months on daily motorcycle excursions to Southern New Hampshire.
After our morning coffee, Charles was exploring in our dining room. He came upon several arrangements and vignettes that I have staged prior to rolling them out at the shop.
He likes to shoot in the natural night, so many shots just don’t work, depending upon the time of day.
The days are getting longer, daylight is increasing, the sun is getting warmer. So Spring will be here in short order. In the meantime, I’ll keep my eye on the weather and start preparing the HoneyDo list for Charles. The challenge is where I can place it, so he cannot ignore it.