rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,
rejectomorph
flying_blind

Getting What I Want

I got a bit of what I wanted. There was just a small amount of rain yesterday-- not enough to make the reservoirs noticeably fuller, but enough to dampen the ground, and cover the prematurely blooming flowers with beads of bright water. The streets were shiny when I went for an afternoon walk, and the sun peeked out from the clouds now and then. The sunset turned the clouds delightful shades of rose and lilac. Now, the temperature is falling rapidly. I'm afraid this is the end of the irises that have bloomed along the fence, and many other plants that were fooled into thinking spring had arrived. But it's better to have a few plants lost now than to have all of them lost later, as would have happened had the cold weather not returned when it did.

Besides, we need some snow farther up in the mountains. And, if it means fuller lakes, I'm willing to tolerate some snow even here at my elevation. In fact, I'd welcome a bit of snow followed by a sunny afternoon such as we had today. In all the time I've been here, I've never gotten any pictures of snow in bright sunlight, and some nice background clouds. Well, if winter is truly back, maybe I'll get a chance. These few warm days have improved my mood considerably, and I think I'd be able to get through some harsh weather quite well, now. I know that the real spring isn't that far off. Let winter finish with a spectacle!
Subscribe

  • Reset Eighteen, Day Two

    It seems like years since I was last out of this apartment, but it was actually Monday. How time doesn't fly! Time has been grounded. It's on the…

  • Reset Eighteen, Day One

    Tuesday I sort of slept well. At least I don't recall waking up multiple times as I usually do, and I slept for about seven hours, which was…

  • Day Out

    The first day of March found me venturing forth to acquire victuals and such from various merchants of the mini-metropolis, and to mail a check to…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 9 comments