Monday, November 10, 2014

The White Garden in November

The white garden at my front door looks especially lovely this November. White alyssum and several variegated white-and-green leaves help it retain a verdant look in this season of brown leaves and bare trees. This one little garden looks like it is still alive. Still living.

This early morning, it is extra white with a thin glaze of light frost.

In the white-haired stage of our lives, we too look lovely when life shines through us. Even if we do have a thin glaze of light frost on our body.

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