December 8, 2022December 7, 2022 by EditorM You big snowflake! Image CIDU Buni, Ryan Pagelow 9 Comments Related
Now the giant snowflake won’t melt in the sunlight?
A metaphor for a snowstorm causing a power outage?
Perhaps just the coming of Winter with the accompanying darkness and gloom.
I like Steve’s explanation best.
Steve is so persuasive, I had arrived at his conclusion before I read his comment.
Wow. I guess I can believe Steve has it right, but I still kinda don’t get it — yeah, so? SAD [pun intended].
And maybe the sun goes out early in winter.
Around the time the clocks change (so, around Halloween), all of a sudden it’s starting to get dark outside around the time to go home from work. It always sneaks up on you, how quickly the early darkness comes. Or at least, that’s how it works for me. For another couple of weeks, the darkness will come earlier and earlier, so that most Americans are going to work in the dark and coming home in the dark, and that won’t let up for more than a month. So, yeah, looking around and thinking ‘Hey, where’d the sun go?” seems like a reasonable action/question.
It can’t possibly be six months since the sun was still up at 9:00pm, can it?