It's 57 degrees and sunny on this first day of Daylight Savings Time. My snowstorm winter break has come to an end. I've already set my early alarm for tomorrow and used the extra evening daylight to take a quick walk around the neighborhood.
Boy, is what's left of the snow ugly. A mere 3 days ago I was living inside of a snow globe. From my perch on the couch I watched as the flakes flipped and fluttered through the air. In no time at all the greenish-brown earth was covered in a clean white blanket of snow. Today that white blanket looks like it has been chewed up and spit out in chunks and scraps by an angry pack of something.
Fortunately the sky above was clear and bright. Tree limbs stretched up trying their best to be a part of all that beautiful blue had to offer.
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