Within a couple of days, the girls’ snowmom, snowowl, and snowbaby had been destroyed. Pushed over, trampled on, and left as nothing but piles and clumps of snow. Then provided with an ever growing blanket of snow to cover their exposed remains, there is not much left to see.
And if you can’t see the little piles under the blanket of white, here’s another try from a different angle:
Initially I planned to write about taking my FoodSafety course. I have my certificate from the CHEP leadership training, so now only need my FoodSafe certificate in order to lead a Collective Kitchen group. I took a quick pic of my notebook and some of my notes, and was all set to share. Then I got home.
Well… you couldn’t see it downtown (where I am taking the course) but once I was home, you couldn’t miss it. There was snow. Albeit a thin layer of it, but it is there. Shining white like diamonds in the moonlight. Shimmery, beautiful, new. Chances are it will be gone by noon tomorrow (thankfully), but that first bit of snow really is a pretty sight. A little touch of faery magick in the otherwise dreary and dark late Autumnal world. 🙂
So while I’ll be happy to have it melt away, the new snow still puts a touch of magick into an otherwise drab and boring night.