Because you never know what trivial bit of information may ultimately prove to be vitally important.
Once again, everybody but me gets to see the snow! I hopped up and went outside when they said on the radio that it was snowing on my side of town, but nada. (Heck, my mother managed to look outside and see snow, but by the time I walked over...)
I wish I hadn't seen any.
Sabra,If you can tear yourself away from your precious Texas & come on up to my neck of the woods, I can show you snow on the mountains. Feets and feets worth of the stuff. And in less then a half hour, I can drive you right up there to play, roll, throw snowballs, whatever, to your heart's delight.Oh, and you can bring your boyfriend from North Texas if you want. He might enjoy it too.B Woodman
You must not get much snow there; around here the frost is deeper than that. ;)
We don't, but we still get too much as far as I'm concerned.