As our incredibly cold winter moves along and we get ever closer to spring, there is hope. I think I need hope the most in winter. Not just in the cold, stark, bare beauty outside but inside of me also. As I look out into nature it is easy to look inward into my heart and see the areas that are stark and cold and bare. It is a reflective time for me. A time I can improve the flaws and increase the beauty. I do love winter. As I do the task of reflective pruning I love to get cozy in a knitted throw and revel in the indoor heat. It is a good time. It is a hopeful time.
Find your Hope.