So, we had a little snow . . .
On Sunday, University of Calgary politics instructor Paul Fairie posted this on Twitter.
I am probably one of those people you should ignore. I like the cool crisp days of winter. I like skiing. And I think the snow looks pretty. 🙂 However, I don’t particularly like September snow and I don’t like driving in it.
Here is what my garden looks like:
This morning there is a snowfall warning in effect. The prediction is for “snow at times heavy beginning late this evening. Amount 5 to 10 cm.” It’s the same thing for Wednesday.
But not to worry, it will all go away by Sunday. And it will probably stay away for at least a couple of weeks.
What do you think of building snowmen in September?
O. M. G.
You’ve been cheated out of the best month of the year! I love September, when it’s warm but not hot and the leaves are turning but the rain hasn’t started yet and I feel so bad for your nasturtiums!!!
Those nasturtiums were really pretty 🙁
Oh well, the supermarkets will have big tubs of chrysanthemums for sale.
Snow is so pretty . . . but so are flowers. I would be very sad if we got snow right now. We sometimes get it in mid-late October but I’m not sure we’ve ever gotten it as early as September. I guess it’s a good thing you love the snowy weather.
I grew up in southern Ontario and I do miss those warm Indian Summers with all the colours. As for Alberta, well, as long as I’m living here, I might as well like WHITE. 🙂