An assortment of different subjects, whatever comes to mind, requires a commentary, catches my attention, irks me, pleases me, and triggers my urge to write.
Now, Gerry. If this had been the first snow of December, you would have been reflecting on its beauty. ;-)Seriously, I am sick to death of it too...Come on spring. At least the sun is out today.
I so agree! Reached for a Danish as another woman did. We both shook our heads in disgust. I said, "If it would quit snowing I'd quit buying this crap." She said, "Exactly!"
Danish for some, hot chocolate with a large marshmallow for others, Linda. Every time I drag the shovel out to clear the driveway (pushing the snow, not lifting it) I almost can see the headline: "Aging Writer Keels Over After 8th Day of Snow."
Bill bought a snow blower. His mantra, "Yay, there's more snow on the driveway!" Good thing he hung up his shovel; I'd clobber him with it!
I'm still enjoying the snow. I know I'm weird...because I still have that child-like joy when I hear it's in the weather forecast and see it coming down. We've had so many winters here, where we barely saw a flurry the entire time! Enjoy each day...whatever it brings!
Hey, Becky, come on over. I have an extra shovel.
At least we're getting a little warmer weather this weekend, Gerry. I'm ready for spring, too.
Gerry,I am so impressed with your photographs. They're beautiful- and it's not the snow that makes them so. When I woke this morning( March 14) and saw the Winter Wonderland that appeared I laughed. Daylight Saving, daffodil leaves, crocus, and budding forsythia let us know that Spring is approaching and a soft snowfall won't stop it, so there.Boo