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Surely, surely, all this snow will help aid our moisture problems. The thing with snow this late in the season is, if you wait long enough, it will melt.
You can’t do that with grass — wait. If there is no drought and rain comes as it should, well, the grass just keeps growing and eventually someone has to cut it.
So, the snow, well, I can wait for spring. And hey, it’s almost here.
I know because I saw a flock of robins in the neighborhood.
I should call the Courier.
Judy Krieger is a retired Courier editor.