Monday, February 4, 2008

Whirling Dervishes


Anonymous said...

Ah I save this post for last. Knew it was worth the wait. Love the title of the post. Good name for leaves "far from fall"

Oh I added somthing else to my blog you can look at. Fractals, well I just posted one yesterday. It was a free program for Mac. Just love it.

Q said...

Dear Cathy,
I waited to do Almanac until later in the day. I was hoping to see a butterfly!
It was so warm, 70 degrees! I kept waiting but never did see one.
I almost used your lovely phase, "leaves far from fall." I think of you whenever I see the leaves dance about.
The fractals are very cool. You seem to be enjoying your mac!
I have heard it is the best for artists.
Stay warm and cozy,

Sprite said...

Dearest Sherry,

Oh, I love this! I could smell the Turkish coffee, and the incense.
Mmmmm, yummy!

Your beautiful words are harmonic and pleasing to the ear. Your photo captures are beautiful to the eye.

Thank you.

Much Love,

Q said...

Dear Sprite,
Ahhh...thank you! Glad you enjoyed this.
The weather has just been up and down. Watching the wind blow the leaves has been very fun. I am pleased we never got to the picking up of the leaves last Autumn. Come Spring I will have lots of yard clean up to do.
Stay warm and safe.
Snow and more snow this morning as I write.

Deb said...

I enjoyed Whirling Dervishes and the beautiful music of the Sitar. Opening windows is something I look forward to doing in a few months - nice fresh air in the house again.

Q said...

Dear Deb,
One day of 70 degrees F (21C) the next back into the 20'sF (-5C)! Up and down and all around has been my weather. Windows up and windows down!
Watching the leaves has been very fun.
Thank you.
The sitar is a lovely instrument.

Mary said...

Sherry, aren't we all experiencing whirling dervishes these days? From 70's to teens in a few days. High winds, fog.

I chuckle when I hear your voice - so articulate and polished.

The butterflies will come! Very soon!

Hugs to you today,

Q said...

Dear Mary,
It has been the craziest winter!
I chuckle too! I sound so formal.
I do all of the Almanac myself. I could use a sound person to do my background music. Deciding on photos takes me the longest! Writing the piece also takes me awhile. Once I do this for a few months I hope to get a bit quicker.
Talking to the computer screen feels weird. Maybe I could put your picture up on my desk and tell you my week! I bet I would laugh and have to start over.
I can hardly wait for butterflies!
I will. I am not wishing Spring until she is ready to stay!