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A Breath of Spring in Winter With Awesome Groundhog Day Clipart from iCLIPART.com

Grey. Again. Yesterday dawned with no majestic sunrise, nor the many brilliant hues that accompany it. Dense cloud cover deprived us of this vibrancy as instead midnight black faded — ever so slowly — to morning blah.  It's a colour tone that stayed with us through the day. And most of the past few months for that matter.

My patience with the monochromatic palette of a winter landscape has started to wear thin by this time of year. We are looking at the end of January, which has been admittedly not all that bad considering the meteorological promises that were made for our frosty corner of the world.  A nasty one, they told us, plunging us into the deep freeze and burying us under plenty of snow.

Regardless of the fact that it hasn't been the hardship they promised thus far, it's still been winter. It's cold, it's damp, it's dark, it's miserable. It's a typical Canadian winter where we Canucks hunker down and dig in to ride out the season's worst …