I'm having one of those days, where everything is o.k., but lackluster. Perhaps it's because I've had the day off. I rarely feel I get enough done when I have so much time. Not that I didn't get anything done today. But, I took things slowly, and it was quite relaxing. Which means that it was also a bit stressful, in the sense that I always feel I should be moving ahead with things much, much faster. Of course I have a lot going on at the moment, thus a lot of reason to feel a need for efficient action. Which is not this patron goddess of procrastination's strong suit at least.
Now the day is almost over. I know that when I wake up tomorrow, everything will be back to normal. The rest of the week is filled with school, Danish lessons, work, meeting people. But for now, I look to nature to put some life back into me. These two photos were taken a few weeks ago in the woods behind our apartment building. I like the spacing between the trees, and I'm always fascinated by how branches (and things in general) become outlined in snow. Now of course, the snow is melting, though it's not gone yet. I hope that as the snow melts, so will this melancholy melt also, for me and for anyone else who needs it. Happy Monday!