Winter's pause: a new CStudies blog post

Tess Wixted

In these final days of autumn and the whirl of holiday festivities it's easy to lose ourselves in all the doing we believe must be done. The latest Continuing Studies' blog post suggests an alternative:

The passion of summer's urge and verve has pressed the leaves from the trees, now crunched and coerced into languid streams of reds and oranges and molted golds. Winter's quiet pause heralds the light that soon enough will sing into frost singed windows and across horizons of long distant dreams, remembering for us the rhythms and harvests of time.

Read more of Winter's Pause.

From all of us in Continuing Studies, may your holidays and every day be merry and bright.