In the depth of winter I finally learned there was in me an invincible summer. by Albert Camus.
On a snowy winter walk in the middle of a large city, we came upon a magnificent site. This beauty sat nestled on a bed of straw, hidden in the reeds surrounding a crystal clear lake in Littleton, Colorado. This was early on a Saturday morning, before the city came to life and she sat in silence as we approach her resting spot. Snow was falling
softly and our breathe was visible in the air, steam from our coffee cups curled around our fingers as we enjoyed the sights and sounds. Had we not paused to watch a pair of geese gliding in the distance, we'd have missed the simple joy this graceful lady gave us. So true of life in so many ways....the simple joy you can find, by stopping to enjoy the moment.