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First Snow…

When the first flakes of winter snow begin to fall, everyone dons their most colorful coat and grabs their drums and horns, their tambourines and bells, and head to the forest.  The dance begins at the tree line, where one … Continue reading

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The chicklets have been building snow people all around The Coop…everyone is having a good time.

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The icicles are beginning to form…huge hunks of snow/ice were falling from buildings (off the sides of them as well) Entrances were closed in some stores because of it. Really loud when they fall but kind of cool too. :)

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sometimes the cold is so brittle it feels as if the air itself will break like glass  

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Winter…a short story

“It’s hard to see you,” she said, looking up at the man. “You kind of disappear, at least parts of you do.” “You’re not supposed to be able to see me,” he said, smiling at her. “Oh,” she said, looking … Continue reading

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Everything was the most beautiful gray today. Like a fashion show in silver. Gorgeous. Dark but lovely.

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1,400 flights cancelled at O’Hare…

I guess some people are without electricity.  The storm is over, now it’s just cleaning up and getting things running again.  My driveway has been plowed.  I seriously don’t know what we would do without plow service.  The street plows … Continue reading

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