“The snow doesn’t give a soft white damn whom it touches.”
It snowed in Wisconsin on October 25th. Too damn early.
Although it’s always a possibility, I prefer to wait until after Thanksgiving to witness the first snowfall. First snowfalls tend to be the prettiest, except when they come a month before anyone is ready and I’m not ready.
Then again, it could be worse. Check out this post from Shelley at Quaint Revival. While she also lives in Wisconsin, the majority of the state’s snow fell in her neck of the woods. A good chunk of it missed Appleton and instead, we had a light covering.
I also came across a Facebook post from a friend who lives in Wyoming. They were expecting 8-12″ of snow from Sunday to Monday and high temperatures in the single digits (farenheight). That’s January weather, not October weather. Yikes.
The good news, personally speaking, is that the sun came out on Monday and melted most of the snow by the time I went for an afternoon walk around the neighborhood.
The sun is supposed to be out for several days now and my only wish is that I have one good day left to go for a bike ride. Just one day.
The snow touching can wait.
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