Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
Ha! I got in first today. You must have posted early or late! Your dusting of snow looks exactly like icing sugar - just beautiful. Our daffodils are blooming too since two days and they are so very welcome after our long winter. We also have blooms on the camellia bush and colourful primroses in the borders. Welcome Spring.
A dusting of snow is so pretty and does so little harm. Up in my neck of the woods, we're bracing for a full-blown nor'easter with forecast 12 inches of snow on Tuesday. While this winter did seem rather mild and short, I'd rather we didn't get all of it at once in March!
We awakened this morning to a little more than an inch of snow, bright sunny skies, and rising temperatures -- better than the five to six inches some were predicting.
Over here in the Swannanoa Valley (NC) the snow is deeper than 3 inches, my guess...but probably won't be around long. Pretty to just look at. But church got canceled.
Lovely images! That one with the snow resting in the spider web(?) is amazing... We were supposed to get a dusting here in the Ozarks but only received rain.
A little flake here and there, unlike the BIG FLAKE FAKE in the White House
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