“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” ― John Steinbeck,
The life cycle of a snowball is subject to many external variables excluding the weather.
Most times ambitious folks strive to build impressive snowmen to grace school yards and playgrounds. Their efforts and energy produce animated snowmen.
After a time the mounds of snow become targets of scorn by passersby who need to vent their frustrations on something and so they kick at the structure. As the person in the middle photo illustrates it is tempting to take a few kicks at the helpless object.
Eventually the sun’s warmth and spring’s approach reduces the once fashionable ball of snow to b a melted mess on your front lawn.
Homeowners at this stage of the game pray that the snow will melt quickly so that they can once again tend to the needs of their lawns.
Every life cycle on the planet has its beginning, middle and end stages.
A law of nature. A fact of life.
yes it is