Off in the distance, crushed oreo triangles. Seems colder than here. Lily Chang © 2019
Sun gives air of warmth, though hands and ears pain from chill. Hint of warmth later.
Overnight it snowed. This afternoon, clouds parted. The mood waxed and waned. Lily Chang © 2019
Lily Chang © 2019 White drifts from the sky. Makes the roads wet and icy. See? Snow covered trees. Lily Chang © 2019
Air still has a chill from yesterday's snow and ice. Fifty by tea time. Lily Chang © 2019
I saw a meme flash across my Facebook page the other day. It captured the heart of what's been on my mind recently. My eldest knows this best. This individual is a tween who will soon be ushered into the teen years, like it or not. As a part of this adventurous era, this child… Continue reading Arguing and Inviting a Bomb Cyclone
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