Here comes the sun, eventually

By Tom Read

Here's our food preservation "tree" with a local seashell on top instead of a star.

With the arrival of winter Solstice a few days ago, our days are theoretically getting a tiny bit longer, and that’s certainly something to celebrate as we head into a new year. Glancing out the window at this moment, however, it still looks rather grey out there — but we might be due for some sun later today.

Grey punctuated occasionally by brilliant sun breaking through the clouds might be considered normal for Texada Island during this season. I love our beautiful island home, including its rainy winter weather.

As for today, it’s the holidays!  Linda and I hope that you are enjoying the fruits and bounty of the Earth, as is also our good fortune. Best wishes for 2010 and beyond,

–Tom

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2 Responses to “Here comes the sun, eventually”


  1. 1 Maureen Simmonds December 27, 2009 at 16:38

    I just want to say thank you for all your postings this year and to let you know that I read and enjoy them.

    Happy New Year to you and Linda and all the critters on the farm.

    Maureen

  2. 2 tomstexadajournal December 30, 2009 at 10:20

    Thanks Maureen — I very much appreciate your comments!

    –Tom


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