NATIONAL PHOTO MONTH, DAY 2
When I left for work yesterday, May Day, these sweet white flowers cascaded down one side of our retaining wall. I can never remember what they're called, so I just call them snow flowers. They're one of the first plants to bloom in my garden each spring.
Evening rain turned to sleet, which turned to snow during the night. Weatherman says it's been 46 years since we've had measurable snow in May here. Only four instances of measurable May snow since the 1870s.
Make it a great day!