Chances are one in three we’ll have winter snow in the Midlands of South Carolina, something you may remember from the brief “weather event” we experienced two weeks ago. As we never saw a flake fall in the daylight, I put out there this
wish all out prayer for an odds-beating second chance:
Let’s hold out for another snowstorm this year, one that arrives in the daylight so we can actually experience the magic and wonder of the snow as it falls.
To my pure delight—and with apologies to all those who experienced the brunt of the accompanying ice—it happened.
My heart was giddy as I watched the snow fall. While it was no record-setter in terms of accumulation, it nevertheless brought so much of what I love about a good snow day: early morning quiet, followed by the joyful sounds of neighborhood children who collected in our front yard, anxious for a go at our sloping driveway.
It was a marvelous couple of days (for those of us with electricity). I am grateful.
That is one fantastic cardinal tree! Beautiful.
Thank you, Vickie!
When there is snow on the ground for more than three days, it’s waiting for more.
Didn’t know that one but I like it! I do know Ed, who is 88, said there would be three snows this winter. And I believe everything he says. There was some speculation that the biggest snow would come in March!