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Each year as the snow melts I find myself being a little sad.  I'm certainly glad for sping, but I'm not as fond of the wet and slushy season before the green of spring begins to arrive.  It's March and there is still quite a bit of snow on the ground, but as it warms this week, it is starting to melt.  I'm thrilled for spring, but I'm a bit saddened to see teh snow go.  The snow is quite beautiful.  And it signals another season has passed and life is moving on.  I'm grateful that time is passing on, but sadden at how it seeems to fly so quickly.
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