I gaze upon the snow-covered landscape. Glistening in silvery white in the moon’s waxing glow. Stillness abounds as I peer through the window. My warm breath lingers on the panes. A nighthawk squawks; in the distance a dogs bark pierces the night resound “gruff!” “gruff!” the headlights from a passing motorist break the spell. The gazing has stopped. cc 12/30/90 Kathy Challis original title, “Feelings” Continue reading Quiet moments
When it comes to the marriage lottery- I won, big time! When I tell people that Robert and I were 17y and 15y when we married and we have known each other 41 years, they are surprised that we made … Continue reading What a wonderful man I married.