gloam.ing |ˈglōmi ng |noun (the gloaming) poetic/literary, twilight; dusk.
ORIGIN Old English glōmung, from glōm ‘twilight,’ of Germanic origin; related to GLOW.
:: trying to curb my coffee habit and drink more tea. oregon chai with almond milk and a bit of honey has been my favorite. it's a warm retreat in the busy days. this week especially : my last work week before the big art show next sunday + the last week to get orders out for holiday delivery. it's going to be busy….
:: the sunroom. every morning. soft. grey. quiet.
:: we found a local farm, as in two miles away local, that let us come shovel a stall full of old manure. she was a gem of a lady & the work went quick. we filled the trailer in no time. or so it seemed. the garden dreams are looking good…..
:: she spilled seeds everywhere when she fed the birds, but we enjoyed the guest who cleaned them up.
:: more trees. because for now i am in love with their lines against the sky and their sleeping shades of grey. the woods are sleeping out back and all is still…..
Tell me, what gloaming bits are calling to you, pulling at you to walk slowly, notice them & be still?
(ps ~ the winner of the book giveaway has been announced, congratulations Joy!)