Seeing the sunshine today is a rare coincidence around here. I think the sun has been seen 3 times in the past 20+ days. There was a stretch of 15 days without any sunshine. Very depressing. It's amazing how the sun can cheer any one up after not seeing it for a long time.
What I want to know is this. If I'm sitting inside, in the rays of the sun, I get all warmed up, tired, feel cozy and want to take a nap. But the sun is not melting the snow. I understand that the air is cold and all that, but why is it warm inside, but not outside when it's the same sun? Why don't the snowmen melt, like Frosty? Is it because the sun is SOOO far away?
Maybe I should ask Anne. She'd know.