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Hi Blog Friends,

Snow, snow, snow, (here in the Northeast.) 

February greets us with the white fluffy stuff. We hear the words Polar Vortex, Nor' Easter. We layer upon layer. We eat more soup. We rub our hands together. We must wear sox. We marvel (or groan) at the expanses of white that enfold the bushes, the trees, outside our windows.
 

Green is a color of the past. 

White predominates the landscape.
 

How the snow swirled yesterday
How the power flickered
How the deer don't show up to nibble on the shrubs
How the road down at the end of the driveway got quiet
How the internet went off, came back on, repeatedly

How the lack of sun reduced every surface to banality; no shadows

How the snow swirled and heaped yesterday
How the deck chairs gracefully collected the snow

Tablecloth Nights, a Memoir,

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Fern Suess writes, snaps, and makes art. She recently published Tablecloth Nights, a Memoir, which can be purchased in paperback or e-book, at Amazon.com. She's happy with a camera or a book in her hand, likes to write and read in her car or in a coffee shop (pre-pandemic). She loves the smell of paint, works in mixed media, collage, and three dimensional concepts, and has exhibited in group and solo shows and outdoor installations. 

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