Another Wish Comes True ….

Another wish came true for me on Friday, and I giggled the entire day (of course I did)  A laugh because I wished it and there it was, making me feel like a little girl again.  Other laughs were for all the grumpy co-workers that were grumbling about it again.

What was my wish you ask …… how silly of you to even question, it was for SNOW of course!  As I felt the warmer air start to kick in earlier in the week, I took to looking at the sky and asking my “sisters in the sky” to bring One Final Blast of Pretty Snow.  Much to even my surprise the next day on the radio, meteorologists telling of Snow Showers probable for Friday, March 20th.

I giggled in work on Wednesday and Thursday and sang, “Let It Snow” a few times LMAO.  As my one boss told me to “snow home” (think go home) he even laughed and said you really are Suzie Snowflake.

That little girl in me still rises and I couldn’t sleep on Thursday night, wondering if my wish would really happen.  I mean they did say it would start early, my thought as I looked out the window at 5am.  Alas nothing yet, except it was a tad bit cold which was a good sign for me.

10am there it was!  Falling in big flakes and I ran over to the window in my co-workers office (I don’t have one).  I giggled and sang and said look, there’s my last blast, thank you my ‘sisters!’

The ride home was fun, not bad at all, not much sticking yet.  I got home in time for a nice layer outside my complex.  Laughing at the neighbors, and the children playing in the snow.  You know of course, I played in the snow as well!

Wonder why so many “hate” the snow, yeah I know drive in it, shovel it.  But the moisture is good for the land, and y’all will probably be the first to complain that it’s too hot.

I say, let your inner child out and play a bit in the snow next time, it’s good for your health!

One last thing, it didn’t last long, the sun was warm and shining down to make it melt the very next day.  One last blast for Suzie and let it melt away quickly for everyone else.

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