Spring, But Not Yet




Even in a pagan household, everyone knows that Easter is meant to signify the on-coming of Spring. And since crocuses and daffodils peaked out weeks ago, I didn’t expect to wake up this morning to a blanket of white normally reserved for Christmas.

And as the snow covered Crimmy, my mood dipped with the temperatures as we had one last breakfast with my parents, forced them to help us dig out the car, and sent them on the train on their journey back to an even snowier Michigan. It’s always wonderful to have loved ones in our home, and the blow of saying goodbye is lessened by the knowledge that in a few short weeks we’ll be back in familiar territory.



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