|Winter Didn't Forget Elmira After All|
|Snow on Ice|
|The White Piles Up|
And that's okay with me. After all, I was feeling like the world was topsy-turvy when I learned that Georgia had more snow than northern Idaho. Not that I want to join the polar vortex express, but I was feeling a bit left out with my bare, brown ground showing.
Fat flakes fill the air in the familiar dance of snow. Mountains are hidden and the world is muffled for the moment. Maybe this is the beginning of winter catch-up, late snows filling the gap left by a dry early winter.
My pond and garden appreciate the moisture. Winter white is good for spring soil and a full pond will beckon the migratory ducks to pause and Blue Heron to return. Water is a precious commodity out west so I will say, "Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!"