LIVING IN MINNESOTA, I find that winters sometimes get long. Too long. This has been one of them with unseasonably cold temps—try 15 degrees in my part of the state on Easter morning—and now more snow.
Heavy, wet snow. Snow globe snow. Beautiful, yet the kind of snow that can slick roadways if it sticks to the surface.
The kind of snow, too, that is termed heart attack snow. No explanation needed on that one.
I am wishing for spring. For no more snow. For 50 degrees. Heck, I’ll even take forty.
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