Saturday, December 2
When I first looked outside, I thought, “Wow, our car is dusty.” Then I realized that it was frost.
I went outside to find some frost, but almost waited too long. The morning sun had already melted most of it.
The prettiest frost was on our tea leaves.
I also found a frosty berry on one of our fire bushes.
This has nothing to do with frost, but is two of the very few leaves left on a large fire bush in back of our house.
A frosty morning tells me that winter is just around the corner.
Sunday, Morning December 6
I have lived in our house for the past 48 years, but never get tired of our morning view – especially in wintertime when the fields are empty and I can see the homestead where I grew up.
It looked especially pretty on this foggy, frosty morning.
The sunrise even affected the southwestern sky and neighborhood.
It was a cold morning to be outside in my housecoat.
I love living in the country where nobody sees me outside in my housecoat. 🙂
The eastern sky changed by the moment – from grayish pink to orange.
On the patio our roses were covered with heavy frost.
I can’t imagine they will survive this cold morning.
I love a cold, frosty morning.
Saturday, December 5
It will soon be the last time we see colored dogwood leaves this fall as we are beginning to have some cold, frosty mornings.
There was a bit of ice in the bird bath.
I’m surprised that we still have roses.
This rose is edged with frost.
I am sure these tender flowers in our patio flower bed will soon succumb to the cold weather.
They looked pretty with frost covering them.
By evening, it wasn’t the cold weather that took care of the dogwood leaves – but my tree-trimming husband. 🙂
Wednesday, November 25
Enjoy the sunrise
Frost is delicate and pretty
and soon gone with the rising sun.
It looked especially pretty on our mint tea.
So glad that God created sunrise
and eyes to see it.