A few days into what the calendar tells us is winter, we’re experiencing a bit of a warm-up and most of the lovely snowy scenes shown below from last week have given way to the greens and browns underneath. We know it won’t be too long before everything is sparkling white again. Until then…
All of us at Sievers, Ann, Butch, Cindra, Carolyn, Barb, Kathleen, Connie, Pat and Stefanie send our best to you, our Sievers family, in the new year.
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Susanne TOrrence says
Happy holidays and happy New Year to you and all of the Sievers crew! You make life worth living to the max!!!!
Mary Agenten says
Aloha from Hawaii! I miss Sievers soooo much. It brought magic into my life. Thank you all for such a special place. Hugs and love, Mary
Diane Fitzgerald says
So nice to be connected…it’s a very special time of year and you sure ly help make it so, too.
Thinking of you all…and Merry Christmas
Susanne Torrence says
Found that lovely poem – In the Bleak Midwinter! We sing it at our UU church! Written originally in 1872 by Christina Rossetti as a poem and subsequently set to music by Gustav Holst many years later. The choral rendition is by Harold Drake in 1911.
The first verse is lovely – evocative of all cold, wintery weather everywhere on earth! The last verse – the last 2 stanzas: “If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part; Yet what I can give Him, give my heart.”