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‘Shoveling Snow with Buddha’
Snowzilla may be one of the DC area’s biggest snowstorms ever before it’s all over. This poem by former Poet Laureate Billy Collins just about nails it on the head for my day with the shovel. Shoveling Snow with Buddha In … Continue reading
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Signs we’re going to have a harsh winter
This week I had a meeting downtown, which meant I had to dress up for a change. As I peered into the closet, I spied two nearly identical dark-blue slacks—one size 34 and the other size 36. I’m an optimist, … Continue reading
Posted in Happiness Tagged caterpillars, Farmer's Almanac, gaining weight, mothballs, snow, squirrels, winter 2 Comments
Snow-deprived in D.C.
Here in D.C., it’s sunny and clear in the Land of Unsnow. Up north, it’s wall-to-wall snow; it’s our Snowmageddon of a few years ago times two. There’s something invigorating, adventurous and enchantingly childlike (unless you’re stranded in an airport) … Continue reading
Posted in Happiness Tagged blizzard, Robert Frost, snow, Snowmageddon, storms 5 Comments