Winter Beauty and Quiet

There is uncommon beauty to be found in this area.

There is also uncommon silence. And a feeling of solitude.

May Sarton says,
“There is a wilder solitude in winter
Where every sense is pricked alive and keen.”

Snow covered sage whispers “shhh.”

This Epiphany journey has been on the quiet side.  Just what I was seeking. Days filled with unhurried tasks and activities. Hours spent lolling in front of the fire. Reading, crafting, enjoying a meal. 
A body and soul healing massage. 

And quiet drives through the countryside covered in snow, skies solemn gray or bright blue. 

All covered in a sense of quiet. 

Except for the laughter. Rich beyond words. And so it is, beyond words. Simply outrageous joy. 

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