We've had plenty of snow lately, and as I've stated in the past, it doesn't bother me in the least; I think it's beautiful. That said, I'm not the one who shovels or blows the snow. My sister Judy (who's lived in warm states for many years) recently chuckled that I talked about getting "18 inches of snow" and "driving to and from work" in the same paragraph and how funny that was--the thought of even leaving the house after that kind of snowfall. For the record, I didn't go to work until the day after the snowfall. :) It was the same day that my brother-in-law went outside to tackle his own snow removal and found his tractor like this...
I took the next shot the day before the biggest snowfall, just before pulling in the driveway.
Kendall had ridden the bus home and arrived home before me.
The sunrise on the way to work one day was very eye-catching...
But this one takes my breath away; I just love it.
It's one of my sister Michelle's first shots with her brand new SLR camera.
(I'm so envious.)
So, yes, it's March 26th, and we still have a lot of snow, but half of it's melted already,
and I know I'll still see kids wearing shorts at school on Monday.
Besides, if I want to see real signs of spring, I can just head over to Unknown Mami's,
where plenty of people are sharing pics from their own cities.
Care to join me?