We had our second snowfall, and it wasn't as deep as the first, but still so pretty. I am amazed when I see the snow, as I didn't get to see it for so many years. And, this time I got to watch it slowly fall from the sky. The last time, it fell during the night and when I woke up, my front yard was covered. It's Lent season, and we do not eat meat on Fridays. I had some fish and chips at a little eatery right down the street, and it was Yummy. They give you big portions, and the food is really good. The birds are starting to come around now, and sometimes I see groups of them in my front yard. Since I moved here, every now and then I hear the sound of an animal in the distance. I thought it might be a moose or a reindeer (not that I know what a reindeer sounds like). I asked my neighbor, "what is that animal sound that I'm hearing?" He said he doesn't hear it, but then shortly after he said, "Oh, there's a *** farm a few miles down the road, maybe that's it." Sure enough, when I went for a drive, I saw the distinctive animal that I often hear. It's not bothersome at all, and can only hear it faintly, and I'll surprise you with it later on. Nel and Jess celebrated Mardi Gras, as they do every year. They just love this holiday, and always make it a fun day with the festive colors, masks, beads, and King cake. I've been drinking peach tea lately, and I like its fruity soothing taste. I've been exploring areas in this mountain town, and getting to know my way around. I am at peace here. Thank you, again, dear brother.
Here's the mountain that surrounds me. Isn't it beautiful?
And this is the animal I hear in the distance! He's from a cow farm a few miles down the road. ; )
Happy March days!