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So Much Snow

Snowy Backyard

Long Snowy Driveway
I took these pics with my treo this morning, planning on posting about how weary I am of winter, and how it saddens me that even the beauty of snow-covered bushes and translucent icicles does nothing but make me feel cold and tired. It would have been a lovely post, poingant yet humerous, full of humanity.

But then I got to work, and all heck had broken loose, and I had no time to do anything but upload the pictures and occasionally glance at them forlornly.

It's been a rough day. Even the snow doesn't seem so bad: at least it's outside where I am not. Even my very long and unshoveled driveway is calling me home. I drove over it this morning, like yesterday morning, too annoyed with the snow to shovel it one more time.

Now I wish I was there, shoveling away. Or better yet, on the couch with a cat or two. One hour and twenty minutes left. Maybe the sun will come out.
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renniekins From: renniekins Date: March 3rd, 2005 12:08 am (UTC) (Link)
It's actually rust-colored, and it's a metal support for a birdbath in the summertime.

My aunt keeps her birdbaths year-round, filling it with hot water from the teakettle on below-freezing mornings, but I am not dedicated to the idea of clean birds.

I wanted to take a picture through the icicles you can see on the top of the garage, thinking that would look cool, but it would have involved standing in deep snow and I was wearing dressy shoes. So this is all you get. (;
radiantsoul From: radiantsoul Date: March 3rd, 2005 12:36 pm (UTC) (Link)
Better than the snow we get in the Uk.
renniekins From: renniekins Date: March 3rd, 2005 03:37 pm (UTC) (Link)
Why, what is snow like in the UK? The only time I visited was April-ish, and daffodils were everywhere.
radiantsoul From: radiantsoul Date: March 3rd, 2005 08:10 pm (UTC) (Link)
Wet. Pretty much like rain and it seems to melt on contact with the ground. Although I am in a city, it can be quite heavy in the countryside.
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