Serenity in Fallen Snow

 This morning I woke to hungry mewing cats crawling all over my bed , yet even so, there was a serene stillness in the house. Glancing out my living room window I saw a magical snow dusting on the cars and blanketing the ground. Stray dancing snowflakes fell from a murky sky. Suddenly I had an urge to be out in this canvas of beauty. I quickly pulled on my boots and ventured outside in the tranquility. The air was frosty but exhilarating to my lungs. Everything was still and peaceful. 








Tom’s truck was gone indicating he had to sand roads for the town. I trudged back in the house. First I fed the eager felines and then brewed a pot of coffee. The wood stove crackled in harmony as I peered out into the white world. How grateful I am  for this serene Sunday morning with nowhere to be but here in my cozy little house in the country! 



It is mornings like this that remind me to breathe and just be. Maybe today I don’t need to rush out into the world to make my mark. It all happens here in my snug home with a wintry white picture show in view.


On such a beautiful morning I remember that today is November 11th. Happy Veteran’s day friends! Thank you veterans ( especially my dad David Doyle and Tom’s dad Robert Blowey and my friends Laurie and Russ Burridge) for the sacrifices you’ve made for our country!


All My Best,

Heart and Soul ❤️❤️❤️


16 thoughts on “Serenity in Fallen Snow

  1. Thank you for the reminder of importance of the little things. I’m jealous of your snow and your crackling wood fire. We have none of that here at the moment although I do have the hungry felines that wake us at dawn! Enjoy your peaceful Sunday.

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      1. We had a terrible storm that put people out of power for days! we were fortunate not to lose power, but my husband was busy working all through the night helping. he is a helper…. 🙂 ❤ I have a feeling like yours ❤

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  2. The first snowfall is always a welcome sight isn’t it? Love your descriptions and photos, it won’t be long before we experience our first snowfall of the season. I’m not a snow person, but always look forward to that first flake 🙂

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