I have loved all the snow this winter and I hope we get more before spring comes, but this week's skies have been ones to fall in love with. This honey locust shades our house from May through September but leafless, it gives a great view of our beautiful blue sky on Friday.
And now for the odd and unusual. In January I was sitting in our local BMV waiting to renew my license. This is the shadow I noticed on the floor. From lettering on the window, I think.
Inside a candy wrapper, who knew chocolate could make such an impression!
Then there was this reflection and shadow on the table one afternoon.
And last, my daughter's cat. Well, almost her cat, more like the shadow of her cat. She has two and brings them along when she visits. I don't want cats in the kitchen so we keep them corralled in other rooms. Occasionally adventurous Jane finds her way to the living room. We knew she was in there but when we called, she ignored us. (Typical cat.) Then my daughter noticed Jane's shadow as she walked along the window sill. She probably thought she was still hidden.
I'm still playing the Minimalist Game, discarding one item on the first day of the month, two on the 2nd day of the month, etc. In January and February I passed on or discarded over 571 items. I have to tell you, though, that about 75 or 80 of those were digital photographs. I also got rid of income tax files that were 7 to 18 years old, some outdated food, other stuff.... I am such a collector and a saver. This has been a fun game for me. I haven't done a deep dive into closets yet, just touching the surfaces right now. I'll be in good shape if I can keep it up for a few years. Haha.
I hope you're having a good weekend, enjoying life, and staying healthy.