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IMG_5845 it is snowing today here in my wilderness escape. a lot. i was excited and prepared for the snow on thursday, which was nothing compared to the snow we are getting now . i am sure the rest of the population in the area isn’t as in much awe as me, but i couldn’t believe how much snow there actually was until i started walking in it an hour ago.

i admit i have been encountered a bit of the blues. literally, seconds after i blasted out the new lookbook and shop product, i started feeling down. i have been so focused and so busy the past few weeks, almost month, that once i was finished with the whole thing, i didn’t know what to do with myself and frankly, i still don’t. i have been a lazy bum all weekend and probably will be the rest of the day. i am missing my friends and family more than i can describe right now. it’s times like these i am ready to run back to LA or Portland or Chicago or  anywhere where i feel i fit in.

but… then there is this beautiful winter wonderland outside my front door today. how can i not stop and appreciate it? when it snowed on thursday, i took wylie boy for a walk around the hood. (there are a few photos at the end of the post from instagram- you can also see the difference in the amount of snow from today.) he made a friend with one of the horses at the ranch. it was possibly one of the sweetest things i have ever witnessed. the horse stuck his head out and wylie went in for a sniff. he practically started dancing in circles. it made my heart melt and the next day the snow did too. the thing about colorado is it can snow one day and the next it is 50 degrees and sunny. it was melting off the house by friday afternoon as if it were raining. last night it started snowing again and it hasn’t stopped since. seems it will continue the rest of the day. it is always in the moments when i walk around the property that i get rejuvenated about this adventure i am in. wylie boy had a blast running around and i started to see the bigger picture again, just from a simple walk in the snow. i only wish, i was sharing it with someone.

i love how white the light is inside the house.i love how much wylie loves running around in it. i love the way it neatly piles up on a banister or a lawn chair. i love how it can give you the excuse to be completely lazy.  i love the silence outside.

i wish i could record the sound of snow. it is so peaceful.

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  1. February 27, 2013

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  2. February 27, 2013

    Snow reflects back ourselves.
    If we use this time to reflect and listen, we can often hear the deeper message.
    You left LA for a reason and strength can be found in isolation.
    The photos reveal a wonderland~revel in it!

  3. LuckyPorcupine #
    February 25, 2013

    Great photos! Especially love the one with Wylie and the horse!

  4. February 24, 2013

    Oh, Annie! That first photo!

    Also, your last two paragraphs almost made me cry. I miss the snow so much!!

    • February 25, 2013

      aww. is there snow in running springs? i am so excited for you and your new adventures!!!!!!

  5. February 24, 2013

    Reblogged this on Get Motivated! and commented:
    Beautiful photo!

  6. February 24, 2013

    The silent sound of snow is amazing it creates a muffled closeness . I love it so much. We rarely get it. Enough here normally a white flurry that turns rapidly to a dirty grey slush . Anything deeper than 1 inch and the country comes to a standstill .
    If you ever want to have a new friend in uk I am always willing to chat , if chatting was an Olympic sport I would have a Gold medal

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