The wedding-cake world
Of a Minnesota spring.
Winter's parting gift.
Tumbledown looked just like this last year, only two weeks later than today.
I whined about it then; a lot of natives did. We're not too happy about this snowstorm either, but we're dealing with it like we've been dealing now for months. It's Minne-snow-ta. It's what happens here. We're used to it.
And seriously? You can't step outside on a day like today and not be flippin' awed....
I'll be eating those words in a moment when I try to dig my driveway out of this heavy, heart-attack snow. But it's do-able in little bits. And during those moments of rest I'll look around myself with wonder.
These are the last breaths of this dying season. What a gift they are!
Thank you, Winter.