Holiday traditions are as unique and varied as the people and countries on our planet. In Eastern Pennsylvania as in other parts of the United States we love to adorn our homes with lights and greenery. Driving through neighborhoods after dark we see how each family chooses to celebrate the holiday season. But I’ve also wondered how families adorn the interior of their homes. If you are like me and wondered what is behind the window, I welcome you to come in and share one family’s celebration! Happy Holidays however you choose to celebrate!
I am told by Weather Channel personnel that this Sunday will mark theend of this year’s growing season in Eastern Pennsylvania. The temperature is predicted to drop below 32 degrees and tender crops and flowers will return to the soil from which they sprang. Another season ends, a new one begins.
I have Friday plans to remove all Vinca, Impatiens, marigolds, tomatoes and peppers. I hope the broccoli, kale and chrysanthemums will weather a few frosty nights.
I’m not ready to let go. This series of photographs will help me through the long, cold winter days I know – are coming.