Lesson 957 – Comfort in the storm

This is our world right now:

snow basket

We’ve got snow and will continue to get more snow. Much more snow.

I’m staying indoors – not venturing out, preferring instead to work on some articles with approaching deadlines and reviewing students’ homework assignments. Not such a bad way to spend a stormy day.

And while I sit here at my desk, can I just pose this seemingly unanswerable question – what is it about a shawl knitted by a friend and worn over the shoulders on a cold, damp day that brings such comfort?



Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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Filed under Backyard Chickens, chicken care, Chicks, Holidays, Inspiration, Life Lessons, Personal, Quotable Chicks, The Family

2 responses to “Lesson 957 – Comfort in the storm

  1. What great friends you have! That is a “beautiful” shawl!

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