Reprinted by permission of The Vermont Standard
Writing on Friday morning as the snow is gently falling. I think we have received about 8 inches in Tyson so far, but I gather it is supposed to pick up again later. It was the last snowfall, however, that allowed Bruno to make his first snowman of the season. Thanks to Karen Evans for sending the picture. I haven’t been outside yet to see if this is good packing snow, but there certainly is a lot more to work with!
Thanks to the many people who assisted and attended the Community Luncheon on Thursday. Several member of Tyson Ladies Aid prepared food and lent a hand, as well as other community members and teens from Windsor Youth Services. It was a bit hectic with 40+ people, but the conversation was lively and everyone seemed to have fun! It was nice to see some new folks in attendance. It had been my intention to take pictures, but alas, that didn’t happen.
Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving with a short poem I wrote years ago.
Although the days may hint of snow,
There still are wonders God bestows.
The harvest’s in ~ the gardens cleared,
But winter is not to be feared,
It is a time for us to rest
And to recall how we are blessed.