It comes and goes all day but never causes a fuss.
We call this "conversational" snow around here.
The air is cold but the ground is warm so you don't have to shovel.
Mother Nature does all the work so we can just sit back and marvel. This is my kind of winter.
PS to Kathy B who asked about the parrot: This is Rosie, an African Gray. I've had her since she was a hatchling. I've lost track of how long that's been but I am guessing it's been at least 25 years. We used to live near a shop that sold only birds. My mother loved birds and since she didn't drive I had to take her to the shop all the time to get seed for her birds. Mom always had a canary or a parakeet in the house. On one trip, the owner had an aquarium full of just hatched grays and I fell in love with them. At $1500 a piece I couldn't afford the whole tank but I did come home with one. I kept her in a heated tank and fed her with an eye dropper. I know nothing about birds-still don't but I can tell you they make terrible pets and really only belong in the wild. Having said that, Rosie-and yes she is a girl because she lays eggs from time to time, is just another of our very spoiled family members who is treated like the queen she thinks she is in her fancy cage with her cage top playground and her extremely expensive kibble and seeds. She talks and whistles and sings all day when she is not banging her bowls around for a treat. Her favorite pastime is tearing up the cardboard boxes I put in the bottom of her cage for her to play with. Thanks to my Amazon addiction I have an endless supply so Rosie and I are pretty much a match made in heaven.