Wednesday, January 25, 2017

I'm Bitter

The plan was to shower you with photos taken by my family and friends at the various Women's Marches they attended.

But, driving home from class this afternoon, I noted larger than usual droplets on my windshield.

Those droplets resolved into white shapes... delicate and interesting white shapes... shapes I remembered from lives past.... they were snowflakes.

No.

I refuse to accept this, on top of everything else.

I'll be back tomorrow when I'm less annoyed.

7 comments:

  1. WOW! Cannot believe you had snow in Tucson. Amazing. Unfortunately, you may see more of that 'cause I'm going to say it, global warming.

    I know you moved there to get away from winters. Hopefully, it was just a few flakes.

    Excited to see the rest of the pictures.

    Hugs!

    Megan xxx

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    1. Just a few flakes, then tiny hail when I got home. Pictures continue tomorrow
      a/b

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  2. Snow? In Tucson? That seems impossible.

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  3. Yes, as a snowbird, I feel that I should be receiving some form of compensation for the lack of heat we are experiencing. I brought the hummingbird feeder in last night so they wouldn't get ice cream headaches this morning. I need warmth!!!

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    1. Oh, Allison... ice cream headaches for hummingbirds?!?!?! I agree, you need compensation I'd tell you to appeal to the Governor, but.....
      a/b

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  4. One Easter we were at our Tucson house and I think it was April and it snowed enough to get photos. We went out to sabino and walked, pretty there too but it didn't last long, of course. When in Grad school, there was a good snowfall in downtown Tucson and out on the desert in January. Tucson is high and you really never know what winters will be like-- other than any snow doesn't last longer than a day.

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