Where's my lunch?
Blessed Solstice. May the returning light bring joy to your heart and home.
To yours, too, Messymimi.
Yes, welcome to the light! I think you'll have to be patient as it comes back so slowly. I spent three years above the arctic circle where we had six weeks of no sun.
Hooray! I am not the only one ready for the Solstice! I know the change will be slow, but I am ready for the days to slowly get longer. :)
Beautiful, Leah. What a lovely photo to commemorate this day.
Red, I've always wondered what it would be like to go without sun.Hello thequiltingdoberman, we need patience, but it will be rewarded. Thanks for stopping by.Hilary, thank you so much. The upside to short days is the sunset is easy to catch.
Beautiful photo, cousin! I can't tell you how excited I am for the days to get longer.God Yule!(WTH - my word verification is "exesses"! Trying to encourage me?)
Thank you, Bag Lady. I love the winter sunsets.Encourage you? Don't be silly!
Thank you, Nancy. Blessings to you.
What a beautiful shot, Leah. And I wish you and your family the best of holidays!
Thank you, David. The best of the season to you and yours.
Lovely sunset Leah.
Reb, thanks. I love how the reds turned to fire.
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