Tag: Christmas lights

Snow Falls - a winter poem

Snow Falls - a winter poem
Snow falls…. “Hushhhhh…” says the wind, as the Christmas lights dance and sway to the music of the breeze. First world sounds are muted; distant. Crunch, crunch, crunch under my feet. A bunny dashes – furry lightning hides in a bush; footprints prove he was there. A sleepy neighborhood waits…. waits for glistening, shimmering frozen... Read more »

The 7 foot love-hate relationship

I really do have a 7 foot love-hate relationship. It’s 7 feet of slim, green beauty and frustration. It’s my Christmas tree. Every year, after Christmas and the New Year, it gets boxed up and put in the attic. This is no small feat. The attic is really hard to get into, and only my... Read more »