November arrived in Aberdeen all golden and glowing, but today at its close, it is icy and crisp.
I’ve stomped through lots of wet leaves this month, but today the leaves are frozen and crunching beneath my boots.
I’ve driven down to Aberdeen Beach in all sorts of weather this month to wander along the North Sea shore, mostly in shadow as the sun seems to lay low on the horizon all day long this time of year.
Here are a few glimpses of a November of Chasing Daylight on the beach, all bundled up from head to toe.
November 13th, 10:30am
November 26th, 1:23pm
I’ve loved framing my days of getting outside by Chasing Daylight this year. Every month has been a slightly varied challenge on the theme of getting outside in the light.
Tomorrow begins a season of wonder. I am finding new ways to celebrate Christmas this year since we will be spending the entire season in Scotland. It’s the darkest month of the year and part of embracing our quiet Christmas for me is that I want to keep on looking for the light in the dark.
So in keeping with Chasing Daylight, I will be looking for Stories of Hope throughout the month of December.
I look forward to sharing a different kind of light in this space over the next month, and of course, I will still walk outside, even in the dark. 🙂