They're saying we might have snow on Saturday or Sunday. It won't last long, but it'll be nice to see.
Right now it's mostly sleet.
Already was buried Saturday night missed the Symphony. (Sigh) Pretty to look at but pure you-know-what to drive in . . . OK, I've seen snow -- you can stop now. Like He will listen . . . LOL (I swear I heard a voice from on high saying: You're on Ohio -- DEAL WITH IT!!!!!!!!!)Sigh
Even though I lived a number of years in Denver, I never get enough snow. I should move to Canada. I don't mind driving in it.
Wow, can I ask you something? Do rains make you sentimental too? I'm just curious. You just reminded me of a character from a book I've read days ago. For me it's sweet and touching.
I love rain, but in a different way, probably because it rains more than it snows.
Unlike many people, I love what is traditionally referred to as "gloomy" weather. I love thunderstorms, as well as snow storms. And because I lived in Montana a few years, I learned how to drive in the stuff. There is most certainly a trick to it.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!!!
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