Early Morning Snow

snow on lawn chairs
Early Morning Snow

I always love the anachronism of snow on lawn chairs.

We finally had a big snow last Friday, and kind of a surprise. A heavy snow predicted earlier in the week moved a bit farther south of us than expected on its way to the coast and New England, I think it got dark for a few minutes and I saw a couple of flurries. This snow wasn’t predicted until late Thursday and lived up to its promise, the early morning snow leaving 7.5 inches in my back yard.

Like I need another social profile, but I set up a Substack profile for myself because I’ve been following a number of writers on there. Inspired by Friday night’s snowfall I decided to try out the built-in podcast feature on Substack. I’ve always liked to record my poetry and published on YouTube so we’ll see how this works.

The poem is “Snow at Night” about watching under the street light for the first snowflake. The recording is about 3:43 with the poem and a bit of narrative, and it’s also available as just plain text.

The direct link: https://bernadetteekazmarski.substack.com/p/snow-at-night

Thanks for giving it a try! I’d love to record some of my posts as well, so I may share this now and then.

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