Nachos, Grapes, and a little fire burning…

A response in avoidance of the Daily Post’s Writing Prompt

It was another quiet day and evening for us yesterday.  Kevin is back to work today (for 3 days, then off again on New Year’s Day).  I am home for the rest of the week and back to my work on Monday.  That’s when the holiday season will officially be over.  One difference here from living in Regina is that I don’t have another 4 months of freezing cold and mountains of snow to look forward too.  Definitely some rainy days, but I know the days are getting longer, and various flowers will be starting to bloom again in about a month.

Here are scenes of quietude from yesterday…






See you tomorrow!

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