Goose Feathers

Technically, Southeast Michigan received a visible snowfall back in late November, but we’ll disregard that because that came before the challenge.  Today, on the Winter Solstice, we had another snowfall, about the same as last time, inaugurating winter.  For a short time, the snowflakes looked like goose feathers freed from a pillow.  There is no more snow predicted in the short term, but this is a better start than last year’s non-winter.  So, were you in the path of the Midwest blizzard?  Post about it.  Hurry up, Advent is coming to a close.

Update: We’ve had snow on the ground since this posting.  That means we had a white Christmas, the first in a few years.  As of now, there is about 3.5 inches or so on the ground.  More to come, I’m told.  What about you?


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