NOT SO MUCH? NOPE … JUST ENOUGH. Adults sometimes lack the inspiration of the children they once were. Take the weekend snowfall, for instance. Forecasters predicted western Montgomery County would receive between 3 and 6 inches of snow in what was being billed as “the first real storm of the winter season.” But only two inches or less fell in many places, and some adults felt let down; hey, maybe they had to work Saturday (Feb. 9, 2013) and hoped to be snowed in. But to Jen, William and Mikey – children of the Michael J. Woods family in Harleysville PA – two inches of snow was just enough to convince Mom that sledding down a nearby big hill was not only feasible but fun. They spent a portion of the day speeding downward and plowing tracks through what was left of the white stuff until the afternoon sun made much of it disappear.
Photo from Michael J. Woods