frosty words to warm your heart

IMG_3124So, I feel like I have to write at least one blog post every month, even when I have nothing to say (which is most of the time). Since we had our third major (and beautiful) snowfall yesterday, this morning I started reading some winter poems, including these. I wonder what Robert Frost would think if he could have known that so many school kids over the years (like me) would be committing his oh-so-familiar words to memory. And that’s a random frosty puppy picture of Charlie in 2012:)

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About janlcoates

I'm a Nova Scotia children's author. My first picture book, "Rainbows in the Dark", was published in 2005, by Second Story Press. My young adult novel, "A Hare in the Elephant's Trunk" was published in the fall of 2010, by Red Deer Press.
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2 Responses to frosty words to warm your heart

  1. mirkabreen says:

    Ccccold out there ^… I say this as I sit in moderate but wet California.

  2. ❤ Robert Frost. We woke up to a major snowstorm this morning, too. Your photograph is beautiful!

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