A coworker and I drove to work today. It was a bit slippery but not nail-bitingly slick. Once I pulled into a parking spot at work, I noticed how pretty the snow had made the trees, and that the sky was a beautiful, clear blue. Thankfully the sun has been coming up earlier, so that makes things more cheerful in the morning. My coworker didn’t share my appreciation, though.
We’re supposed to have a few more snow storms before Spring, and as pretty as it all appears sometimes, I’m ready for the warmer weather to arrive…and stay.
Here are some photos from warmer months; during times of roasting marshmallows and beach hopping.
The gull says, “Somewhere there’s a McDonald’s French fry calling my name.”
Here’s one of my nephews eating a roasted marshmallow.
Here’s a pail of fishy fish and the funky bunch. Don’t worry, we returned them to their natural habitat, alive and kicking…er swimming.
Here’s a random gate without a fence and some really pretty, green grass. I took this photo and some others one day after a dress rehearsal for one of our Spring concerts.
This is the Lindsay-Crossman Chapel in Berea, Ohio on the Baldwin-Wallace campus. It’s just down the street from the house with the fenceless gate.
Finally, here is a close-up shot of some blossoms in front of the Methodist church where we have choir practice. Same street as the random gate and the other chapel. I wonder why they call it Seminary Street? Hmm. :) I could almost smell those flowers, though.