Thursday, March 28, 2013

Oak Tales

Today I read a story about a woman who was describing an oak tree not far from her house. She used the phrase of "wind-swept solidity" to describe the tree; and I had to pause after I read those words. Wind-swept solidity. 

 To be rooted, grounded, or resilient as a solid oak tree as the winds of life blow. We sway, we may lose a few branches, but we do not come unearthed. Just another lesson Mother Nature bestows on us.

Love & Light,
Stacy

Here are a few more photographs from our snowfall last Sunday. I just happened to be driving on Monument Ave when the snow arrived in all its glory. I snapped photos out the car window between red lights.









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