When winter settles in, it seems that we begin living in a world of greys and white. The starkness without all the green leaves me wanting to cuddle on the couch in a blanket! An artist without color is a not necessarily a bad thing. Ink drawings can be good. Black and white photos can be good. But day-to-day living?? In the winter time it seems the only colorful-ness comes from people and a few cardinals here and there. This can seem dreary, but in a way, it is enchanting to realize how colorful and animated we are on such a bland, chilly slate. Things come alive that much more, and the understated colors that still remain in nature seem to mean that much more. The frozen sleeping bluffs now look like a holiday dream.
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CS Sherin is a sustainable living advocate and consultant, poet, author, editor, artist, indie publisher, nature photographer, dream-work facilitator, astrology consultant, and holistic spiritual caregiver and advisor. She specializes in creative, holistic, practical, and intuitive approaches that employ critical thinking and ongoing research. In her free time she loves exploring dreams, reveling in fantasy and science fiction, travel, hiking, researching, writing, music, dance, hula-hooping, and quality time with animal companions, Nature, friends, and family. You can find her posting in the moment on Instagram at Chan_Dreams View all posts by CS Sherin