Melvin and Marvin took a road trip in Arizona last weekend and the last thing they expected to find was snow.
But there it was for all to enjoy. Snow being an enigma in this territory made for some amazing fun. Cars pulling over on the sides of the roads, lots and lots of cars. People with camera’s trying to get the perfect picture of something they don't see very often, if ever. The snow capped mountains, the snow peaks, the piles of snow pushed to the side of the roads to make a safe path to travel.
The best part about this whole day was the squealing of the adults and children alike as they were pummeled by snowballs flying through the air. The laughter and excitement of making a snow angel, many for the very first time.
Snow, as defined by Webster's dictionary: precipitation in the form of ice crystals, mainly of intricately branched, hexagonal form and often agglomerated into snowflakes, formed directly from the freezing of the water vapor in the air. Snow, as defined by children: Laughter that will fill your heart.