wsherrick wrote:I'm not tired of Winter, because; I like cold weather. Winter has great beauty if you take time to look. I get home now in the wee hours of the morning when all is quiet and I look up into the absolute clearness of space, marveling at the beauty of the stars. They look so close and bright during the Winter. One of my favorite things is to sit quietly by the stove and look at how brilliantly the moon light illuminates the snow and see black trees set in silhouette, casting shadows on a carpet of silver.
Sunsets of pastel violet and rose reflecting off the white tops of the mountains causing them to glow red against a black blue twilight sky.
There are fantastical formations of the waterfalls frozen in place. I like to go to sleep listening to the North Wind howling through the bare trees, knowing that I am warm and secure.
Of course there are chores, there are always chores. Just take a look up every now and then to see what you can see.
I am tired of winter, because ; I don't like cold weather. Winter has some beauty if you can stay inside & look out while staying warm. Stars are beautiful to gaze at during warm weather,especially while laying on the lawn,smelling the flowers scent wafting on the night breeze . Warm weather brings the many colors of flowers,green grass to mow with its fragrance , yes , I like to mow the lawn,& work in the gardens which total about 2 acres,enjoy the smell of freshly turned soil. I like to hear water falls & not just see them. I like to sleep with the windows open & hear all the night sounds. I don't like plowing snow ,slipping & sliding on snow , & yes i am winter fatigued,tired of handling 400# of wood every day . I am looking forward to spring & looking forward to burning coal next season