If You Wait Long Enough It Will Come, The Snow, A Soothing Blanket Over The Aurora

If You Wait Long Enough It Will Come, The Snow, A Soothing Blanket Over The Aurora

Jan 27, 2012
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Reading, reading and reading. The concept of library was the best thing ever could happen to us – and we are lucky to have one of a good size here in Aurora. The cold winter days do keep me more inside, so to fill some of my time (I usually don’t have) I read.

Hamilton Park, St. John's Sideroad on the Far Back, Aurora


For some interesting reason in the past couple of months books about the Civil War would always land in my hands – and I don’t resist. John Wilson better gear up and start writing more – I just finished reading ‘the flags of war‘. I shall look for more, yet I doubt, this may have been last from his collection of books.

After reading his books which are usually based on historic facts, the ‘personal‘ wars we often encounter among us just seems like nothing. In most books Wilson’s characters start with great enthusiasm to go and fight in the battlefield but when too much is too much, they all end up dreaming of the escape from the dreadful images of the war.

Hamilton Park, St. John's Sideroad on the Far Back, Aurora


Last night I was working late. Blogging wasn’t an option. But I did and I read some posts and blog comments. The frozen rain and the wind send chills over my spine. Feeling of joy being inside and appreciation for the warmth whereas some may not have the same did cross my mind.

In the wake of the day, one might wonder what weather is going to be today. It was icy on the roads in the early morning. But after eleven o’clock a five inch blanket of snow was there for us to enjoy. With not having lot of snow this year, this seems like a first snow of the season, but it is not, .

Today it was wet enough to make a snowman, and wet enough to break your back if you are not fit to lift the snow. We managed. We managed to have fun at the playground as well. Snow at the playground makes an interesting visit. Change a scenery and children will discover more things to do.

Hamilton Park, Playground, Aurora


What is the point here? Well, what ever you want to think – you are the observer and reader.

For me, just for the record – it was snowing today.


About the Author

Anna Lozyk Romeo

I am living in Aurora and this is my photo journal blog. A picture says 1000 words - but not always, so I write. You don't have to travel 1000 miles to find a treasure - all I have to do is zoom through my lens and I will find it for you here in Aurora.

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