I watched her run frantically around the yard, and could hardly believe my eyes after she stopped – and I saw what appeared to be a heart!
So far this year, there has been no more than a dusting of snow lasting only a day or two. But that’s fine by me – no snow means no snow-covered roads and no drivers who have forgotten how to drive on them. No snow (and no ice) means no sliding into the middle of intersections despite the antilock brakes and all wheel drive. No snow means not having to push that heavily laden grocery cart through 6 inches of slush in the parking lot.
Of course, no snow also means no snow days. Bummer.
But I understand Mother Nature may have plans to take care of that in the next few weeks. I’m ready, but definitely not looking forward to it.
Are you one of those misguided souls bemoaning this year’s lack of snow? Or are you in one of the areas that has, in fact, received snow – and you’ve already had enough? Leave a comment so those of us in your camp may commiserate with you.
Image by Cordelia’s Mom