Hello All Seasons Bloggers,

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Voila and you’re done! Be kind and visit some others!

Many thanks for your beautiful captures of your interesting experiences.
They bring much pleasure and joy. You can be proud of yourself, Blog Friends!

For you who have yards or gardens,
isn’t it interesting that a New Year begins
with a bare, or even messy garden?
One advantage is that it gives you time to think
about what you like to plant:)
Even though I’m not a gardener,I can relate to
the “messy” stage, for I deal with that in painting.
Haven’t decided yet if these images
are nostalgic or messy, or both
…what do you think?
Don’t worry about giving the “right” answer,
because there is none for me.
Just like to know how you experience this phase.



The ugly stage. My comfort is that every yard here looks like this!







With freezing temps the studio is almost abandoned,
because even with the wood stove on, one can only be there
for a short time (for a painting artist, half an hour is “limited”)









Since there is also “nice” mess on the road side, I don’t mind:)

In my post “It’s Gonna be Busy” you’ll read inside my house
there is also going to be a mess.This mess I don’t mind
either, because it’s going to be bigger, with features I like.



 a BERRY RED nice mess:)

I figure, it’s relative  to clean up a mess, or just wait till the weather changes (I do remember laws of having to clean up sidewalk when there’s snow or ice in the city), but no one cares when living off the grid like I do.





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