Would you prefer snowy winters, or not, and why?
I never prefer snowy winters. Not any more. When I was a kid, snow meant not having to go to school and instead, playing in the snow. These days, it means being trapped in the driveway by sheets of ice. Treacherous, slippery roads and walkways. Dogs coming in and out dragging half a snowdrift with them. Puddles on the floor, followed by mud everywhere.
Snow is for the young. That’s why no one retires to Minnesota.
On the other hand, snow is beautiful. As a photographer, I admire it. The shine on new-fallen snow is stunning. Waking to a world covered in a thick layer of white, unbroken by plows, cars, even feet.
Out comes the camera … but also out come the boots, the scarves, the hats, gloves, sweaters. I would like one nice snow every year … followed immediately by spring.
So, you’re on your way out and it’s raining. Do you know where your umbrella is or do you frantically search for it all over your apartment/house?
I know I saw my umbrella just the other day, but I’ve already forgotten where it was. We don’t really use umbrellas around here.
Too much wind to use umbrellas, so we wear hats and other rain gear.
Do you prefer your food separated or mixed together?
What is set as the background on your computer?
Which computer? This one has the Alienware backdrop. I have wolves in the bedroom and Northern Lights in the office. At least that’s what I have today. Tomorrow may be different.