New contributor Joseph L writes about his love of snow and cold 🙂
When I grew up, we used to have very cold winters and fair amount of snow.
Not so any more due to climate change, but this winter was kind enough to sprinkle gentle December snow.
My hometown went through massive industrialization some thirty years ago.
Many plants that were built for manufacturing are showing the age.
Small bushes that were planted to mitigate the dreariness of the plants still survive.
I feel comforted to see the frozen white purifying the dead plants and soothing the living plants.
We are all blessed alike this morning in my town by the calm snow fall.
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