Early Autumn Frost October 18, 2010Posted by Lauren Cooke in Life, Chatter & Politics.
It was frosty for the first time the other morning. We walked outside to a midnight world that glistened in the light from the slither of moon, and our breath clouded in front of us to form magical shapes and mystically creatures. The grass, though not quite frosted, was beaded with a pattern of dew that made it seem to be sparkling. Beyond that, the roofs of the cars had crystallised, with a sugary crust that made the tips of my fingers tingle and wince. It was beautiful, with the sky indigo and utterly clear above us, but at the same time it was sad. Winter is coming.
This weekend was a nice one. For the first time I branched out into the world of dating, where I enjoyed interesting discussion and the fact that there I was, actually on a date! Dates are strange though, two people who have never met before attempting to get on. I don’t know f fI like the idea, although I accept it may be necessary to make the world go round! Now, back to the world of work for a week…