A very Happy New Year 2021 to you all!
Snowflakes fell on St. Rémy the first week of the year—an unusual event for this patch of Provence. So we were compelled to don our ski attire and head out for a stomp about town to see what we could see.
The sun was in hiding, but the pristine dusting showed off our small city in a new light, refreshing our perspective and lifting spirits.
Closing the door on a tumultuous year, we welcome 2021, a New Year filled with promise.
Stay safe, well, and hopeful.
Update on The Birdwatcher’s Wife: I’m working on the edits from the first editor. It’s long process, but I’m making progress, word by word—stay tuned! And don’t forget to feed our feathered friends flitting about your jardin or windowsill this winter:)
4 thoughts on “Bonne Année 2021 from Snowy Saint-Rémy”
Saint-Rémy looks so pretty dressed in snow. I’ve only been in summer and spring. Thank you for sharing these lovely photos.
So kind of you to write. When it’s safe to travel, hope you’ll be able to visit–fall is most excellent too:)
Beautiful photos . I miss snow. None here, but our mt. tops have had snow –first time since we have lived here.
Thank you, Leah. The “frosting” didn’t last long, and there wasn’t enough to merit strapping on the cross-country skis, but it was a fun surprise.