This blog entry has been removed, revised and included in the romping sci-fi epic TESTAMENT: FUNNY BADGERS by Indigo Roth, Red Angel Publishing, 2013.
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....now release the moments...
A beautiful, haunting post.
Namaste, Yam! Thank you =) I think it's a little lacking in polish, but it's a vivid memory. Indigo xDelete
Wow, this is lovely.ReplyDelete
Don't tell anyone, but I first snuck this one out in January 2010. The good news is, you liked it then, too! YES! You are a constant, a rock! =)
(And my, hasn't your hair changed! ;) )
You've written this up as though it's a dream. The only difference is you remember it. Nice moment, Indigo.ReplyDelete
Hey Dufus! Oh, I remember all my dreams matey, it's a bloody nightmare. This morning I was swapping cream cakes with an FBI agent. No, not Scully, sadly. And thank you. IndigoDelete
Beautiful Beautiful Beautiful!!!!!!ReplyDelete
Funny, you know what kind of caught me up? "Dinner suit." Two words.... those two words really made me think.
Where I'm from, The words Dinner and Suit don't go together. Who wears a suit to dinner when people now wear shorts to church, IF they go to church! Those words made me think of a place and time when men wore dinner suits.... how wonderful.
You like "dinner suit"? Pffft, you should see me IN one... (click)
I could have said "tux" of course, but I get all kinds of grief from the other Brits when I do things like that. They say I'm "selling out", or something?
You should have seen the fuss when I said "restroom" rather than "filthy corporate lavatory" the other day.
And thank you =) Indigo x
What a wonderful descriptive piece. I was right there with you! xReplyDelete
Thanks Jack, that's a real compliment =) Indigo xDelete
the transformation qualities of a snowfallReplyDelete
Hey Ray! It's was profound, yes. Plus, I'm a sucker for snow =) IndigoDelete
I know those moments.ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing yours.
Hey Roses, thank you. It's rare to see them while they're happening, I know, but this was one time I knew. Indigo xDelete
This is absolutely BEAUTIFUL, Indigo. I could LITERALLY picture everything you wrote. Well done, my friend. Well done, indeed.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mia, I'm pleased you enjoyed it. And I'm delighted you're on the mend x IndigoDelete
Snow really is magical, isn't it? It gets me every time. Beautiful description here.ReplyDelete
Hey Jenn! Thanks, I feel exactly the same. Wonderful stuff. Someone once told me that you know you're getting old when snow no longer excites you. Colour me young. Indigo xDelete
Sublime. And so well drawn. I could smell the cold air, feel the feathery frigid kiss of flakes against my cheek.ReplyDelete
Hey Roxie! Sadly, we don't get much snow in this part of the England, but it never fails to inspire. Indigo xDelete
This is exquisite. You had me right there with you with every perfectly selected word. Write more posts like this. Loved, loved, loved it. :)ReplyDelete
Hey Jayne! As ever, you're far too kind. But thank you, that's all I can hope for with any post. Indigo xDelete
What a beautiful piece of writing about the events surrounding that one breathtaking moment. I could visualize all of it clearly.ReplyDelete
Hey Cheryl, thanks =) I've been back with my camera many times, but without the invite in, I can't return to the scene of the crime... Indigo xDelete
I too, know all about the magic of snow.....so thank you for taking me back to it! xoxox
Hey Kato! I second that... I WANT SOME SNOW, PLEASE! It's like sitting in a pot roast today... Indigo xDelete