Dang that's a lot of snow.
We went out tonight, Lisa and Jesse and the dog and I, and frolicked in the deep deep snow in the park. It's light powder, over a foot deep. Jesse just kept falling into it and laughing. The dog porpoised around, while Lisa and I stood there grinning and watching to make sure Jesse's mittens stayed on. What I love about Montreal is that while you do get a long cold winter, you get lots of snow. If you're going to have to have winter, at least have snow. Know what I mean?
Well, you could be on the other end of the country (Vancouver), and be looking at pouring rain. Saturday morning we woke up to snow, which didn't stop falling until Sunday afternoon, when it turned to rain, which has continued to fall until this very moment, which has melted the tonne of snow that was dumped on us initially. Thankfully, the kids were able to build a snowman in the backyard Saturday, so it's not a complete loss.
The rain has stopped and there are patches of blue sky. It's also fairly warm out. I'd rather have this than what we had the past two days.
I really miss the snow here in LA. It's more fun to go out here but it's nicer to look out your window there, and since I'm not a big fan of the outside world anyways....
Anyways I think that's a beautiful picture.
From someone who lives in a relatively hot place and has only been to the snow once, that is a magnificent view.
Here, in Chicago, it snowed Saturday, turned to ice then everything melted away on Monday. Now I guess it's supposed to snow again today.
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