Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Magical Moment 446, "The First Snowfall of Spring"

It's time for that annual change in season. Time for that day when you look outside and you see a tiny flake flutter down from the sky and gently land on the undisturbed, green grass. And you get that twinge of excitement and anticipation.

So you dress, weather-appropriate, and go outside to experience the falling flakes. You giggle when they land on your nose and eye-lashes and try to catch them in your hands.

Eventually, the ground is full of the substance. Before you get in your car, you have to clean your windshield. You have to sweep it from your walk way. The streets must be cleared as well.

Perhaps it can be a nuissance, but it's just so lovely that you stand back to admire it.

What can you do, but surrender to the season change? Because before you know it, it will change again.


Linda said...

Okay, Elizabeth. Tell the truth. Did you put those blossoms on Joy's head or did they really land there of their own accord? :) Either way, it makes a charming photo. Nice post.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I love spring, and its changes! Yes it will change soon

Hilary said...

Very clever and creative. That's no surprise from you. Flaky puppy face is just too cute.

Dawn said...

Love THAT snowfall!!!!! Please blow some up here?
Oh...never mind. All the "snow" from you would wither under my type of snow:(

:)) Love your captures- especially of snowflake doggie:)

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Linda, well, the picture was INSPIRED by real petals falling on her. :)

Kim, seems like there's a season change all too often. Thanks for reading.

Hilary, that's so nice of you to say. Thank you! :)

Dawn, I think it'll make it up there eventually. I hope so anyway!!! :)

Rick said...

THAT's the kind of snowfall we don't mind seeing in spring ;-) Lovely shots, especially of your dog.

Also enjoyed your recent posts (I too have not seen any of the Lord of the Rings movies - but I DID read the books - a long time ago).

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Finding joy in the every day things of life are sure to keep you young.