Living where we do in the mountainous interior of British Columbia, I thought we were pretty much guaranteed to always have a white Christmas. Well, this year proved that was not the case. We do have a dusting of snow on the ground, which makes our paths, pond, and driveway look white, but grass and weeds are poking through the thin layer of snow in all other places.
It does make one wonder about the future, after weeks of smoke from forest fires during the summer, and now this brownish-white Christmas.
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We, people, are such an insignificant blip in the age of the world. It seems arrogant of us to think we can make that much difference in the overall workings of 4.5 billion year old planet.ReplyDelete