A little of it goes a long way.
Send some to Baltimore, MD. I don't think I can tolerate another winter of no snow.
You can have ours, Meredith. Now that I no longer ski I hate the stuff.
But NAG, the children, think of the children… just not the homeless ones, living in cardboard boxes.I agree the snow that looks pristine through the window in the morning, but melts by noon, is all I want this winter.
We had virtually no snow last year when I didn't have to drive to work. Now that I'm back to my long commute the snow will probably be up to the eaves. And if the children love snow so much they can shovel my driveway.
The garden under the snow! I hope your roads stay passable. And that we all get enough precipitation (in whatever form) this winter.
Nimble, the snow disappeared almost as soon as it fell but it is very cold today so I think we'll be getting more before too long - most likely on the days I have to drive to work.
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