Yeah, you know me – I couldn’t resist that reference. I have an uncanny ability to turn most everything into a song.
This picture was actually taken sometime around New Year’s, or possibly before. Back when things were quite frozen around here. The river was frozen over for quite a while, and then when it started to warm up a little, they broke into chunks. It was really beautiful – like nature’s own work of modern art. And somehow the image fits with the feeling of the last day of the first month of the year.
T. and I just had the craziest past week and a half. He was on a photo shoot (two of them back-to-back, actually) and then played cello in a concert and then did a test shoot yesterday. My week was also crazy with teaching, but this week should be a little less packed, even though there are some new things on the schedule now. It was rough for both of us. And even though there’s a lot to do tomorrow and the next days, I have a feeling we’ll have a little more room to breathe.
Here’s hoping you all can breathe easy this week, too.