"The worst of snow, however, is that one feels its' beauty has to be paid for in the slush and mess that follow the thaw, and the bent, if not broken, evergreens that it leaves behind if its' weight has bowed them down for several days." E. A. Bowles from My Garden in Autumn and Winter
Even Tucker's expression tells the tale of the day. Since his belly is dragging in the snow, he prefers the comfort of the inside. The snowdrops of the previous post are well buried and will have to wait a bit but for now, the inside garden is providing a break from the two toned landscape outside the window.