19 comments on “Cold Feet

  1. Gallivanta says:

    Super photo. I don’t blame Spring for having cold feet.

  2. Heidi Viars says:

    she will have to warm up to the idea of stepping in soon!

  3. Eric says:

    Yes, and she has cold fingers too. I hate it when she makes me hop with a freezing hand up my shirt! πŸ˜‰

  4. Debbie says:

    She must have! I am laughing at you pushing her in .. .go for it! haha!

  5. Pieter Stok says:

    35C again today. We are waiting for Autumn/Fall – it must have warm feet. πŸ™‚

  6. I feel a heartwarming haiku effect, in contrast with the cold image, Melody.
    Such creativity in you manifested thru simple imagery and verse…

  7. russtowne says:

    ‘ppears so!

  8. I think you’re right! Fanciful wit!

  9. Glenda Mills says:

    Cold feet…love this Melody…yet remember the promise, as long as earth remains…God will continue to send springtime, summer, autumn, and winter. I think the waiting for Spring’s final arrival will give us all more reason to praise our Creator God and rejoice in the goodness and faithfulness of His promises. Happy Spring…more importantly…Happy Easter!

    • melodylowes says:

      Thanks so much, Glenda! I DO wait for Spring – but not with all the angst of other years – I am truly enjoying the beauty I see every day – plus, I have a son graduating this year, and I don’t want to rush the time along, but enjoy every minute with him, too! Happy Easter!

      • Glenda Mills says:

        I can relate…There is beauty in every day, every season…and as i grow older, I am made more aware of the precious time God gives us. No, we don’t want to rush those special times, like your son’s graduation…Enjoy it..
        Happy Easter back to you my friend!

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