Your pair reads nice, Mrs. Mac. I teetered between being in a real, outside, snowstorm and being inside your globe. Pretty too. Our grand-daughter HAD a snow globe collection. All of us traveling would bring her ones from where we traveled. Now she is 17, graduating, and is looking at colleges. A bunch want her. ..
The snow globe and your haiku are beautiful. It's amazing so much can be expressed in a small number of words.
The beauty of the snowfall is very inspiring. I love the haiku.
Lovely haiku.. snow globes hold special memories for me. Good Morning Annie!
To be teenagerish about it, you rock! xo
So pretty. I love snow globes and remember watching them when I was a child.
This is lovely! And I love the snow globe!
There is something so lovely about a snow globe - no matter what it holds. Lovely words here, too!
A really beautiful post!!! I have always loved snow globes.
Thank you, those are lovely!
Annieever notice how "quiet" it is in the evening during a snowfall !! flakes fall quietlya smell of pine fills the airall is hushed for now
Luckily where I live in Australia snow is very rare. Mine you years of living in England when central heating was unheard of have given me my fill, except that is as a kid with a toboggan!
Lovely, and even better with theTrout Talkin' Tabbies addition. Snow is very peaceful as long is not a blizzard and all the people and critters are safe and warm. I have never been great at Haiku, and admire all those who are! Sending love and hugs, Janet
That made me feel very peaceful!
Lovely, my friend!
Quite inspiring post! Enjoy your week!
So beautiful! :) xx Roxy & Tigerlino <3
lovely! there is something simple and wondrous about a snow globe - you so captured that feeling :)
Ann,I have always loved snow globes.I have one my hubby gave me that has a music box in it.I also cherish music boxes.
Your haiku is as beautiful as the moonlit snow...
Lovely ! loved the second one more :)
Short and sweet :)