Why is it harder to drive to Provo than Salt Lake?
Yesterday, I had to drive to Provo and, low and behold, it was snowing when I left. It hasn't snowed since Christmas. We've had a couple of months of sunny days with temperatures in the fifties and sixties. Bulb plants are coming up too early; the flowering pear tree in front of my house is budding.
Sounds heavenly, doesn't it? In fact, it's eerie. What are we getting in March? Drought, that's what.
Anyway, I backed out of the garage and said out loud, "Really, Lord? Today?"
He evidently heard me, because it stopped in five minutes. I apologize for cutting the snow storm short. It's my fault.
Question: Why do I find it more difficult to drive to BYU in Provo than driving to downtown Salt Lake? They're about the same distance from my house.