Come in the garden
And play in the snow,
A snowman we’ll make,
See how quickly he’ll grow!
Give him a hat, stick and pipe,
And make him look gay.
Such a fine game
For a cold winter day!
Winter is upon us, with the New Year. Welcome 2016 and all you bring to us. It’s a time for drawing in next to the wood stove after doing chores or building a snowman. While the snow falls and the sun shines on the crispest of blue sky days, the lights in the seeds deep in the earth are still shining, and beginning to glimmer just a bit more as the days grow longer.
May your winter be warm and bright!
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