Hi, everyone! Good day to y'all!
Well, after that snowstorm that hit our region four-five days ago, we're moving on again. That means, we're ready to get back to our normal life. The four days we've had in "hibernation" (at home) were kinda relaxing and enjoyable. We experienced peace and quiet, serenity and tranquility. Truly, Mother Nature can make us appreciative of God's beautiful creation, of God's infinite blessings to us---our being alive and well. It can help us to slow down and to remind us that we need to pay attention to what matters most to us---our precious life!
Today, my wife Freny and I took the time out to get out of the house. We went to the Commissary to buy groceries. Thankfully, majority of our roads, highways and freeways are cleared of snow and/or black ice. Observably, we still have patches of snow in our backyard, and other areas that are privately-owned. Again, thanks to Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) for clearing the major roads and freeways.
Now, here's sharing with you my photos and haiku...Enjoy!
After Snowstorm (in Haiku)
Snow and ice melting
after snowstorm in HR*
it's time to get out.
Photos and text (c) 2014 by Chris A. Quilpa
*Hampton Roads in Virginia, USA where we experienced wintry weather/snowstorm (on the night of 01.21 through the morning of 01.22.2014) for the first time this 2014. For four days, there were closings and/or delays, no school/work in most schools and colleges and universities in our region, and in civilian and military establishments/organizations.
That's all for now, dear folks and friends. Until next time around...Take care and have a wonderful weekend. May God bless US always!-chris a. quilpa, 01.25.2014