We were all disbelieving when they said snow would fall and stick. Especially here. It snowed all day long, but beyond a smattering of white on the daffodils and blossoming plums, it didn't stay for long. Winter, so deeply in love with Spring--rarely gets to hold her hand.
Then under cover of darkness, Winter came bearing gifts, leaving Spring a graceful coat of white, softly draped around her shoulders.
It was a gift of love, you see--Spring stole Winter's heart away, as he declared his love, sprinkling love's sweet tokens into her arms...
...snow hearts embellished with sparkling ice diamonds.
Of course a spring snowstorm isn't complete without leaving bare foot and hand prints in the snow!
Trees bowed to the beauty of winter's gift. Can you see the hidden blue hearts? They're snowflakes, of course.
This morning, when I arose to investigate, of course I found a heart waiting for me to take its picture.
In the Spring sunshine, I found a droplet in the cedar tree--yes, there's a heart there, too.
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