Colorado offers wondrous gifts
Woke up this morning to blowing snow
Thought “Can’t work outside … way too cold!
What’ll I do then? Oh Yes, I know!
The Christmas letter!
Something new? Something bold?”
Let’s reflect on our Colorado state!
January to March is a little cold and wet
The Stock Show news seems to dominate
And April and May are iffy at best.
But then comes June and we come alive.
With the grass, flowers and trees all in bloom
Farmers planting crops and the birds arrive.
And before we know it, it will be summer soon!
July and August … a little hot and always sunny
You couldn’t enjoy any place more
for any kind of money!
We slide into fall … September and October
The bounty of harvest …
one of God’s small wonders.
And then November brings a hint of winter
Never too threatening … just a shiver.
And once again we’ve come full circle
In December, Colorado is in a snow filled slumber
With bright, white snow that seems to sparkle
Letting us dream of nature’s seasonal wonders.
Give thanks to above for these wondrous gifts
As they’re free for all …
not on any Christmas shopping list!
Wishing Peace and Goodwill to You and Yours.
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