Winter is upon us, bringing cold blustery days that often inspire us to remain indoors, curled up in front of a glowing fire with a cozy blanket and a good book. Fortunately winter also presents us with beautiful scenic days, when the crisp air is exhilarating and the sky is a cloudless blue canopy. For me, winter’s most spectacular gift is new fallen snow, producing a solid white blanket as far as the eye can see. Pristine snow conveys purity by concealing dormant grass and dirty streets while reflecting the sun’s brilliant glow. It is amazing that tiny graceful snowflakes, nature’s most unique
and fragile creations, can unite to create something so beautiful.
Our club is exactly like a winter snow cover. Lovely, unique women come together and change the landscape of our community by blanketing illness, poverty and abuse with love. We give generously so others can feel happiness in their hearts. Poet Kahlil Gibran expresses our compassion in his own words, “Kindness is like snow; it beautifies everything it covers.”