Waterloo, Canada, taken on December 3, 2005
I stepped into the city of Waterloo for the first time in 2005 and lived there for 5 years more or less. During my undergrad years, Waterloo was more like home to me than Toronto. Waterloo Park was one place that I should have visited more often. It’s a shame that we so often don’t explore the places we call home, ending up with regret when we miss it after we’re gone.
There have been many entries about snow during the past three years, but interestingly no post titled “Snow”, so this will be it. Ah, snow. Though I haven’t seen the sun in what felt like two weeks, I enjoyed the light flurries that arrived this morning. It reminded me of home, somewhat. Then in the evening, the snow turned into a mixture of rain and ice, melting as soon as it hit ground and making the streets wet and mushy. Not very pleasant 😦
After a few days of rain and gray weather, the blue sky is finally back today and it is oh-so-beautiful! I feel the energy rushing into my body and soul again 😀
A white backyard in the morning tells me…winter is back! In mid-April? This is some sort of cruel, late April Fool’s joke, right?
It’s March, the weather is getting slightly warmer day by day, but not warm enough to melt the snow in the backyard.