Our last snow of the season?
Hi Weather Watchers!
Living and loving the small moments
The evening of our most recent snow day, all the snow had mostly melted and then it started to fall again, fast and heavy. The six (seven if you count Loki) sat on our covered porch and watched the snow pile up. Each massive snowflake vanished into a greater accumulation once it hit the snow-covered ground.
It was a nice peaceful moment. None of us had any other place to be.
I remember thinking as the flakes kept falling, this is my life—this is all I’ve ever wanted.
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P.S. For those of you following along with my family drama, Becky’s surgery went well, and she’s now recovering.
Beautiful haiku, Jason!
I’m happy to hear your wife’s surgery went well. Wishing her a speedy and smooth recovery! 🙏
Lovely! I like the calm you convey with this one.