Oh, how the trees sparkle in that early snow! So beautiful to look at, so slippery underfoot. 

And don’t forget the ice! That too is full of wintry sparkling.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

26 thoughts on “SPARKLY”

  1. Those are such beautiful pictures! Thank you so much for sharing your “sparkle”, although I enjoy the tidbits of sparkle I witness through what you write. It’s a completel delight.


      1. We had a skiff of snow the first of November, then the Pineapple Express moved in and warmed things up. Last year it was December 1 when we got our first snow fall and then a huge dump before Christmas. They are calling for 2 feet more this year than last, we’ll see. One of the advantages of having grown kids and grand kids, they get to do the work in that department, I’m unable. I get to enjoy. Sometimes it makes me feel a tad guilty, ….. no, no, not so much! haha


  2. That is definitely a way to sparkle. So much so that my hairdresser accompanied me to my door today in case I might have fallen on the path (she lives opposite).


    1. It’s probably the ONLY good thing I can say about winter. I am not a big fan of ice and snow. I loved it when I could romp in it but these days, it’s all about NOT falling down. We live in snowy climates. That’s our lives.


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