Signs of a thaw in the weather…and my mood?

Cedar drip

In one drop of water are found all the secrets of the oceans.
~Kahlil Gibran

waterworld Cancun

We’re been promised 50F degree weather in a few days. Unfortunately, today in Middle Missouri, it’s still 34F with periods of snow flurries. And wind. Wind that can blow you right off your feet. Cold wind.

But, thankfully, there are signs of thaw…on the trees at least (the ground is still cloaked in snow). And, of course, the ocean vacay photos that are keeping me sane. Guess we have to start somewhere.

Linking up with Water World Wednesday

10 thoughts on “Signs of a thaw in the weather…and my mood?

  1. Both of these photos are just stunning, Lisa!

    I love how you captured the drops of water on the tree branch in that first photo – WOW!

    And the second photo reminds me of the beach in Boca Raton, Florida, where I used to live.

    We’re supposed to get some snow tomorrow here. In fact, it may be for the next couple of days. I’ve got a trip to NYC planned for tomorrow, and I just hope the snow doesn’t cause any delays.


  2. Are those white sand? Must be lovely in the summer time, yet its lovely now too! We’re in the 60’s but will be getting our rain and snow in the mountains in the next two days.


  3. archive photos are great sources of inspiration.:p
    i love the leaves with droplets of water. it’s 32C here today…so you’d understand how the sight of these leaves cool me down.:p


  4. Love that first photo with the water/ice drops! The second makes me yearn fro sand, water, sun and warmth. We have the same kind of day you have, blustery winds and snow showers, but so far no accumulation because the temp is just above freezing. It is not a day for working in the yard.


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