Every year, towards the end of winter, I go into hibernation mode. It’s usually in the last few weeks, when we’ve had one or two warmer days to tease us, but we still have those final, miserable weeks to get through. It’s then, it seems inevitably, that I finally succumb to the winter chill; it finally gets into my bones and slows me to inaction and complacency. It stifles my creative function and my picture-taking freezes up with the too-anxious little buds on the trees outside.
But now, finally, I feel the thaw is holding sway. I’m in the place that was always home before — The South, with it’s old familiar charm and early Spring. Here now, this time, I’m with the man that I love. Even though it is some time until we return to our beloved Pacific Northwest, new life is beginning to spring up around us as we build a new life together.
Thanks be to Springtime, and the bright, new beginning it brings.
I miss Point Bob. #pacificnorthwest #pnw #pointbob #georgiastrait #sigh
I miss Point Bob… :/
Jesus savin’. #takeyoasstochurch #cackalacky #deepsouth #biblebelt #northcarolina #Jesus
Mountain ramblin’. #cackalacky #deepsouth #northcarolina #dupontforest (at Dupont State Forest)
It may be an odd time of year to visit North Carolina, but I can think of worse places to be snowed-in.
Yep. #fuckfear #sisterlouisa #church #weloveatl #Atlanta