But where is all the snow?
It must be winter because it's so darn cold out there but we are missing the pretty white stuff. I don't think it will be long coming, though. Sunday we are expecting a snow-storm all across Ontario. Then it should warm up some.
I'll just have to play with some white dishes today, I guess. I freshened up my step-back for the new year. My pottery is now packed away in a container ready to be moved when the time comes.
White is a colour that is calming and makes me think of a fresh start.
We have twelve new months ahead of us and it's up to us to make the best of them. I'll not even bother with a resolution this year. I know I never stick to them so I just try to live my life with a good balance of healthy eating, millions of cups of tea, exercise and time for fun and family. Everyone has picked a word for the new year so I will go with 'health.' Perhaps drinking more water will be an easy start to any positive change and, of course, walking as much as possible. It's easy for me and I've always done that. I'll just do what I always do since I didn't fall on my face too often in 2014. :-b
Lily is doing better but I am keeping a close eye on her food intake and her litter-box business. I have found such a change in her this past year after she lost Ed. She is thinner and less interested in things around her. She sleeps an awful lot but she is 19 this year so that is very normal. She does appreciate Annie's efforts to keep her company but I doubt it feels the same to her. How anyone can think that animals do not feel the emotions that we humans do; love, friendship, devotion & loss, is beyond me. Please keep her in your thoughts. She's a darling cat and we love her so much.
Well, the sunshine calls and it's time for a good long walk. Better put on the woolies 'cause it's a cold one.