Snowflakes are one of nature’s most fragile things,
but just look what they can do when they stick together.
~Vista M. Kelly
Sigh! February is almost over. And, March on its way, wonderful month welcoming everyone with vibrant & colorful festivals. Indeed so much to do in Spring, after snow-doodling. Though our neighborhood has over 6 inches of snowfall in last 2 weeks and snow showers are our routine spectacle. Last night, there was a loud thud, as I wondered about the strange voice, my elder daughter pointed out, “Mom! Look there’s something on the wall?” It was astonishing to see the about two inches swollen bump on the wall, I was freaking out as the wall is practically around our entertainment center, the hub of wires. The minor electrical impulses were there and as much odd it might sound but I touched the wall in one of my curious exploration, 😀 😀 which I hardly do around the house especially rub shoulders with the electrical mishaps, but it was late, I got a minor shock. Nothing serious happened with me, but later I have to call society maintenance guy to rectify it. We have to wait for the morning to clear all the icicles and heaps of snow from the adjoining rooftops. Sigh!
Early morning the maintenance guy came and hopped on the roof, to push away all the icicles popping down and snow pushing the roof and sideways walls! what an absolute wonder amazement it was to see the mighty chunks of snow wavering into some mushy delight? I waved from our living room window gesturing “Thank You”! Such a power packed mischievous snowy flurries. 😀 😀
Looking for relax weekend and lets hope, I recover from this weather bug & my Snow-O-Woes gets over soon.
Have a look at these snaps from last 2 days. Enjoy & have a great evening ahead.
Cheers ❤ ❤
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Lo, sifted through the winds that blow,
Down comes the soft and silent snow,
White petals from the flowers that grow
In the cold atmosphere.
~George W. Bungay