Snow in May?

Clumps of yellow pollen on a flower head.

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It’s snowing outside.

No, wait. That’s not snow. Yes, it’s stuff falling out of the sky as I drive, and it really looks like snow. But in fact it’s just an immense amount of crud falling out of the trees.

Petals and leaves and seeds and strings and pollen and …

My car is green. It’s not supposed to be green, but it is. Pending a good washing, or a good rainstorm — either of which will just cause my wet car to pick up even more pollen — it’s going to go on being this obnoxious sickly seasonal green.


Well… at least spring finally got here. A coating of green on my car is preferable to a coating of white, after all.


About aka gringita
Flotsam generator. Amateur photographer. Avid traveler. Christ follower.

2 Responses to Snow in May?

  1. Patti says:

    I remember those days when we lived in southeastern PA. In southern Cal, we just get dust – and in fire season, ash.


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