Monday, March 25, 2013
Yes, It's STILL Snowing! Grrrrrrrrrrr . . .
Yes, it's STILL snowing at my Library! Lightly, I'll admit, but really, this is getting ridiculous.
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(Looking East Northeast Toward
Our Outdoor Digital Sign)
Heavy Snow, Says That Pine Tree
Warm & Cozy Inside My Library
Here in Indiana, we don't expect nearly a foot of snow a week before Easter. If we lived in Minnesota, like Browser the Pine River (MN) Public Library Cat, we would be accustomed to snowfall until June (well, not quite that late, but late enough). When Scowl-Face and the Lady With the Red Hair moved to Montana a quarter century ago, it snowed in late May and again in August. But that's WAAAAAY far north compared to where I live.
Perhaps we're just softies, but snow this late in the season is a real bummer for us Hoosiers. Flowers have already started popping out of the ground to be greeted by Arctic cold last week and a ton of snow now. Not very welcoming, Mother Nature. Just saying.
Visit the Library to get (and stay) warm!
This winter blast will all be gone by week's end, but that's not the point. It's a matter of principle. The end of March is no time for December/January weather.
Your Roving Reporter On The Go,
Cauli Le Chat
P.S. "First Snow on Brooklyn," by Jethro Tull, was featured on The Jethro Tull Christmas Album (2003). It seemed like a good choice as musical closer, given our weather lately. Maybe this is OUR first snow of next winter! That's just grim.