Sunday Respite – A New Winter


For today’s Sunday Respite I chose Bernward Koch “A New Winter.” The days are getting longer and at the same time we are headed into the deepest part of the winter here in the North.

I am putting away a few odds and ends of the Christmas decorations. It seemed this year it came and went before I knew it.

Wishing you a wonderful Sunday. I suggest watching it in full screen. Better yet, send it over to your smart TV if you can.




11 Responses to “Sunday Respite – A New Winter”

  1. jtdorsaneo Says:

    Always wonderful.

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  2. dave drake Says:

    Echo above sentiments. And “this year it came and went before I knew it.” Yeah it SURE did. How do we slow down the the passing of time? Just a little bit. Can we magnetically make the earth turn somewhat slower? Al Gore, Jr. could sell that, couldn’t he? Phil Swift? If it were only that easy.

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  3. Hootin Anni Says:

    Beautiful…and relaxingly peaceful!

    Hope you had a pleasant day.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. the unit Says:

    “send it over to your smart TV if you CAN.”
    I couldn’t. Didn’t have enough teeth. 🙂
    Really, I enjoyed it. Saw snow like that once in my life.
    72 in NW Florida today and likely couple more days. 🙂

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  5. Linda Says:

    Most def. the weather has taken a turn here in western NY. I keep forgetting this is Jan and we are heading into the coldest and dark months (the next 4 or so months).

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  6. Always On Watch Says:

    So peaceful! Thank you for this, Bunkerville.

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