Wednesday, December 21, 2011 at 6:00 am (Updated: December 21, 6:03 am)
Well, this sure has been some weird weather.
The library’s alliums are sprouting like it’s spring. I’m just thankful that all this precipitation has been in the form of rain and not snow.
I guess that’s a good way to end the fall.
Winter officially arrives tomorrow with the longest night. From then on, the sun will rise earlier each day and we’ll begin the slow roll back to spring.
We’ll just get a little flakey between now and then.
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