Dippin’ Dots

As I was getting ready to leave Gallery Cuvee tonight after attending a friend’s art opening, there were a couple of pops of thunder and a couple of flashes of lightning. Then snow. Snow falling from the sky in fierce little balls, much like an explosion of styrofoam pellets from a bean bag. Or Dippin’ Dots.

Strangely, driving home on snow covered streets, I felt at peace. I say strange because I often have a fairly acute case of snow anxiety. Maybe it is the fact that I’ll not be getting up at dark thirty in the morning that leaves me at peace. Or the fact that after living here four years I’m finally getting comfortable being here.

But I still miss the azaleas, hydrangeas, wisteria, and gardenias.

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3 Comments on “Dippin’ Dots”

  1. the azaleas and dogwoods (did you forget to mention dogwoods?) miss you too…as well as us not so beautiful humans down here in the snow anxiety state! Oh wait…snow?…what’s snow? LOL

  2. THANK YOU. I DID forget the dogwoods. And the peoples…especially the peoples.

  3. Snow is hard to drive on. Good for you for gettin’ used to it!So you’re coming around these parts. E-mail the details to me. There’s a link on my blog profile. If that doesn’t work, let me know.


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