Friday, February 3, 2012


i went to get new glasses
rene' said, oh i love your scarf.
the upshot was she wanted one.
i had made a new one unlike the old.
so i washed and pressed the bloodroot dyed one.
and showed her and she snapped it up.
 so this is the one left over:
there's a commuter here
a young amish guy 
going home
do you see the standardbred?
it feels cold and heavy this day.
chilled to the bone.
i am, however, being
nurtured, loved.
may you be, as well.


onesmallstitch said...

that's a Christmas card picture of the Amish. the scarf is a keeper! so happy you are loved and nutured - you deserve it. have a lovely weekend in the snow.

Valerianna said...

Many stories in that last photo.... mysterious night.

Velma said...

jean, and valerie, the young guy happily commutes, but wendy doesn't like the noise he makes! he really lets lose on his way home!

Dee / Cloth Company said...

I'm enjoying your winter photographs.

kaiteM said...

where are his lights? i could run them over easily.

Gardener in the Distance said...

Yes, I see the horsey. Thankyou, Velma.

Velma said...

thanks, dee!
kait, there might be a strip or two of reflective tape on the rear of the buggy and maybe one tiny lantern, lit by a candle. very dangerous
faisal, i photograph amish seldom, as they do NOT appreciate it, but from my dining room seemed ok.

aracne said...

Very pretty colours, I love the soft tones of the scarf (and the string pattern).
Your winter pictures are beautiful.

Velma said...

yes, the scarf is fine and soft...and thank you, aracne

jude said...

moving through the dark. quite scaey sometimes...

Velma said...

you're right, jude

ArtPropelled said...

Brrr ... I'm feeling a cold gusty wind. Scarf weather!

Velma said...

robyn, a silk scarf and down and wool and cashmere socks...just in case!

neki desu said...

great scarf! the photo of the amish is amazing. it could fill up a book.

Velma said...

yes, neki

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