I know for many of you, your world is now brilliantly white and bitterly cold…that you’re waiting expectantly for summer and wondering when winter will ever end.
For those of us on the West Coast, although it’s not cold and snowy, it’s dry and lifeless.
Brown, faded and withered.
There hasn’t been any rain here for months, and nature is definitely thirsting and aching right now.
But this little succulent I found in my backyard was still as bright and cheery as ever.
You would hardly believe that it was winter from the looks of it.
Life continues and thrives. Hope glimmers.
“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” – Albert Camus