I'm joining in with the November prompt of the day. I'm not posting in order here at times, just as the mood strikes (and when I have pictures to go along with the prompt!)
I took this picture the other day as I was closing the curtains upstairs. This is on the opposite side of the house of where the sun sets. I tried to capture the moon rising (can you see it there, in between the trees?) There was a beautiful pink below it too.
I love the twilight, especially at this time of year. I know some people don't like that it gets dark so early but I don't mind. At least in the beginning. There is something so cozy about closing up the house as the smell of dinner fills the air. I light candles both on the mantle and in the kitchen.
It's time to start thinking about the transition into evening. Start preparing supper; getting ready for the husband to come home; heading into the relaxing part of the day when we all are home together, safe under one roof.
With the darkness coming early the rhythm of our nights change. Warmer & earlier suppers. Earlier clean ups. More time together in the house after clean up to do some art, read books, knit, legos. Whatever Ree decides she needs to do with daddy.
Now I need to go see about getting that supper ready, as we are nearly done with the gloaming & quickly entering into full fledged evening!