Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
It looks nice and as long as you haven't gotten so familiar with you characters that you are ready to escape them, then that weather will further the character development.
Enjoyed the haiku! Do not envy you the snow.
False sun, please return...ah, the sunrise has come again now, though thermometer is below 20.
So it seems easy to divert toads!!
oh i bet they are...used to hear them a lot more back home...not so much here...though in the melt today, it is wet enough...
We got toads too. They sing in our woodsy stream bed behind our condo. We always have a couple that live in our bigger flower pots on the patio. Serenading their would be mates in an endless love song.
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