Tuesday, February 8, 2011

It wasn't easy leaving my print in this icy snow. The crust was cold and decided, and I had to wiggle my fingers to melt it some so they could crunch down through the frozen sheet of winter.


It is the same with people.
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16 comments:

Eyeliquor said...

Lovely post!
Simple=powerful!
Well done!

Ola said...

snowing again?

texwisgirl said...

Perfect, poignant and true.

Pam said...

With time a warm touch can melt heart and soul.

hugs,
Pam

Joe said...

So true.

Judy said...

Very true and I love Pam's comment.

Leovi said...

I have been very intriguing, I like.

Nancy said...

Oh wow -- so true and I'm guilty. Not one to warm up right away.

Great photo and thoughts behind it. You rock girl! :)

Linda said...

Wonderful- and some are so much crunchier than others...

Out on the prairie said...

Cold hands , warm heart, always to be found in the winter.That snow eventually melts if you try.I was going to try a snow angel but the crust here might remove skin.I had to repair with my other idea for a sculpture I posted yesterday.That is me, LOL.

Mom and Dad White said...

Great post ALLISON and so true. Why is that?

Randy said...

Funny I was thinking about that in class last night. People are like this when they first meet. Some people won't even smile. So happy there are people like you in the world who make it so much better.

Trisha said...

Very true. I (happily) am not one of those. Why not smile, say hello & just be friendly? Too many people are the oppisite. Its so nice when you get a smile back :)

Meg said...

And unfortunately, some people are especially crusty... ;)

Southern Lady said...

How true!! Carla

Dawn said...

O so very very true!!!!!
(And for your comment you left on my post yesterday about shooting down fronts...I think I'm going to start by admitting I don't have it all together.....nor will I ever;))