Having lived in Michigan for most of my life, I have become familiar with the confusion surrounding the coming of Spring. It is something we never seem to get used to, and I cannot imagine that the plants are any less confused by this either.
This past week the grass had finally turned green and started to grow. I was even considering summerizing the snow blower. But the old gods of winter must strike fear into our fable mortal hearts one last time.
If the deer haven’t eaten you yet, it is looking like a slow death by snow and hypothermia.
No matter the season, Michigan reminds us all that it holds a firm grasp over dominion of our lives.
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