In Appalachia, we finally have plenty of snow — and enough cold to keep it around for a while. Hooray!!
But, it is dark and very mid-wintry — something that does wear many (probably most) of us down. Here is a story I just did about how wild things cope with winter and what we can learn from them.
The short take: Dress for the weather, get outside and active when the weather is even remotely decent, hunker down when it’s not. And, do what you can to make survival easier for someone (or something) else as you can. Hello, bird seed! 🙂
A longtime journalist, Nora Edinger also blogs and writes books. Her Christian chick lit and faith-related non-fiction are available on Amazon and on this site. She lives in Appalachia with her family and a goodish puppy named Finn.
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