Since my last blog entry was on Christmas Day, I suppose it's kind of appropriate for my latest to be on the day before Easter. I know that it will certainly melt before tomorrow, Easter Sunday, but I woke up today and saw a lovely blanket of white on the ground and the trees looked as if they'd been dusted with confectioner's sugar. Not much else to say about this. It's just funny that we rarely ever have snow on the ground for Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, but her it is Easter Eve Day and we've got snow (I know there's technically no such thing. It's really called Holy Saturday. Don't call it Easter Saturday, because that's the Saturday after Easter. Don't believe me? See for yourself.) A few days ago I was wearing shorts and a tee shirt when I went down to the Potomac River for a nice bike ride into Virginia. Those poor cherry blossoms down at the Tidal Basin must be really confused right now.