The last few days here in Fayssac have been bitterly cold, its the first time mother nature has wrapped her frosty arms around us and cloaked everything in wintery white.
The mornings have been starting out with a sunny glow, but within minutes the fog has been rolling in creating misty swirls in the valley and continuing its journey until you can hardly see anything.
Im not really a winter person, although i do love a log fire and large brandy to help keep the cold away, for me summer is my season, but if you look there, really is so much beauty to be seen in this Narnia season.
The sleeping trees and decaying plants are given a dusting of frost making them shimmer.
There are picture postcard scenes to be viewed everywhere.
The ice particles bring spiders webs to life, showing all the incredible intricacies of their spun webs.
I think i may be a little obsessed with them, but why not when they are this beautiful?
Colour still manages to pierce through the frost giving us vivid sparks to brighten our walks.
The dogs love this weather, they don’t seem to feel the cold, they revel in it bonding and springing about, except when they are patiently waiting for you to throw a toy.
So my friends this year is drawing to a close, and what a year it has been, we have had some amazing times, and have so much to be thankful for. There have also been many shocks along the way and we have lost so many amazing people, musicians, authors, celebrities, stars and many loved ones.
But we must look forward and not glance back for that is the only way to go….
From all of us here at Maison Mûrier we wish you a very