#36 light at the end of a tunnel

036/365 light at the end of a tunnel, originally uploaded by rosipaw.

I love Friday afternoon and evenings, especially after a crazy, hectic week like this one! Pheww, luckily th emain part of our school clear-out and refurbishment project got more or less completed today, which is a big relief. I will collect the photos of the makeover in this Flickr set.

Getting out of school today, I saw this ragged patch of blue sky breaking through the blanket of grey clouds. Even it if twas visible onlyf or a few minutes, it really heralded a promising start for the weekend. Even some birds were singing, which is a big change after the dead silent mid-winter. It amazes me every year.

The best part of Friday evening is not having to set the alarm for the next morning. I will certainly sleep like a log tonight.

2 Responses to “#36 light at the end of a tunnel”

  1. February 6, 2010 at 18:31

    I love the way this is framed. Here February has been much sunnier than January – despite our weather similarities, we are considerably further south so our days are longer too. I always feel that tunnel feeling in November as the days get shorter and greyer. It’s amazing what the sun does to one’s mood – brightens up more than the skies.

  2. 2 sinikka
    February 7, 2010 at 01:02

    I couldn’t agree with you more, Susan, about the importance of light, especially natural light, in our lives. Luckily our days are getting lighter and lighter, too. Won’t be long before we won’t have to leave for work in the dark any more.

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