Spring Snow

A dear friend of ours, who was recently at a poetry reading in New York, sent us a note. She stated that one of the readers that evening, who was not the mainstay of the event, introduced a classic poem by referencing a saying that went something like this: the ears seek the familiar but the eyes seek the new.

That's a really wonderful, profound comment. It takes you in all sorts of splendid directions. As you can imagine, seeing it snow in Spring, we couldn't but help share this little video with her. Not sure she'll want to move to South Dakota anytime soon. ;)