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Saturday, December 30, 2017

new year haiku


another chance to 
keep those resolutions
we had a dusting of snow yesterday
so the yard still looks pretty
this haiga is from 2009
and I am still trying to get it right



fresh snow today~
tomorrow's 
clean slate

10 comments:

  1. Love your haiku and photo - and Fresh Snow today - ...gives me inspiration for tomorrow - the beginning of my clean slate. Happy New Year to you Sandy.

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    1. And to you, too! It has been so cold here that the snow is still without tracks. Even the small creatures are tucked in somewhere.

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  2. A clean slate and a fresh start - I like both the Haiga and the snowy photo. Happy 2018, Sandy!

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    1. I do love new beginnings, Barb. If I can complete half of my plans for the coming year, I will be lucky.

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  3. Fresh snow is lovely.
    A perfect sign of a clean slate.

    we have Over a foot of fresh snow. I have been plowing, shoveling and pulling it off the roof. Great exercise.

    Lovely new year to you!

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    1. You have lots more snow than we do right now. I think we will catch up with you this coming Thursday. The trees are still icy from the Christmas Eve storm. My crows are not happy!

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  4. I love the idea of the clean slate, it's never late to start with it. :) We also had some fresh snow but it's gone already...

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  5. I can't wait to see what you have planned for your next photography project. Have a great new year, and isn't your birthday coming up soon??

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    1. Yes, my birthday is coming up very soon, so every new year makes me a year older. Well, I'm quite used to it now... :) Wishing you a wonderful 2018!

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  6. we've had only a dusting of snow! Lovely haiga

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