“When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have been tyrants, and murderers, and for a time they can seem invincible, but in the end they always fall. Think of it–always.”
The Village of Peninsula, OH, population around 602, was named one of Ohio’s best hometowns by Ohio Magazine. We’ve known that our town was a pretty cool place for a long time, and we’re glad that others have recognized it, too. Someone had a banner made that recognizes this honor, and this banner has been appearing around town. We are pleased to be hosting it this month.
If you’re in our neck of the woods, we hope you’ll stop by. Look around the Village and see where the banner is residing. It will be here all year.
And, as always, please feel free to leave me a comment, or a stone, (o), to let me know you’ve stopped by.
Gray skies, snowflakes and cold weather are not atypical of March in NE Ohio. A change in the quality of light and lengthening daylight hours are also typical, and these are the things that make the dead of winter morph into spring.
We’re seeing lots of birds at the feeders, and their colors are also indicators that the seasons are changing. Early morning birdsong punctuates the air. The dogs and cats are shedding, and the chickens are slowly beginning to lay again. All good signs that the relentless gray and cold will soon pass.