I had a perfectly beautiful weekend. On Saturday morning, I awoke to a snow-covered world. It was a surprise, although I knew we would be getting a little weather in the night. The surprise was that it was such a wet snow, and every branch and twig were covered.
I stood at the front door in my pajamas and slippers and shot this scene.
The snow was softly falling.
Another from the front door.
But I had plans for the morning – errands to run and places to go. The forecast was only for a couple of inches, so the roads were going to be just fine.
Shot taken heading down the driveway. When I returned from my first couple of errands, all of this was gone. A fog came through quickly, bringing warmer temperatures and most of the snow melted within such a short time.
But it was lovely while it lasted and I’m glad I took the time to snap these few pictures before it was gone.
And then there was Sunday . . .
I shot this through the window of a NYC taxicab at 60th & Broadway by Columbus Circle. I went to the city to have lunch with friends and to celebrate someone’s birthday. I didn’t get home until around 8 pm, in plenty of time to watch one of my favorite shows on television: Downton Abbey.
One of my favorite lines from tonight’s show:
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“Will you be happy?”
“I have no right to be unhappy, which is almost the same.”
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I thought that was as good an answer as any to the question and I hope your week begins on a good note. Enjoy ~