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Classic: Snow Emergency

Classic: Snow Emergency
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They, and so many others, are busy coping. Most days I cope, in one way or another. But today I am only a privileged woman at home, a captive of the weather, entranced by my captor.

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2 Responses to Classic: Snow Emergency

  1. jean davis January 1, 2009 at 3:28 pm #

    Know the feeling..part of you resents not being part of the scene where every one seems important ,the other part of you realizes what a gift it is to have the time to just watch what happens when nature takes over and be safe and warm while your indulging yourself .
    Certain ages offer these trade offs, take these gifts and enjoy.

  2. Agnes A. Maher January 11, 2009 at 9:25 pm #

    I am overwhelmed with the photos of the snowflakes. How beautuful they are. I remember as a child trying to capture some snowflakes to see the beauty of them. Finally I see the beauty. Thank so much you for this beautiful article on Bentley’s Snowflakes.

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