White on White
White snow, a white truck cab, white clouds are conspiring to lighten the mood of the day.
There are two historical things to note today:
- This ends my 12th straight year of daily photo postings. What started as a whim on January 1, 2009, has taken over my head, my heart, and a good portion of my life. I’ve never been more content.
- But it also marks 15 years since my mom died, and it is still a day of great sadness. (But as I write this, I am thinking about all the people who’ve lost loved ones this year but weren’t able to be with them at the end. And my heart breaks for them.)
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