You've probably all heard the saying "no two snowflakes are alike", right?
Well, I did a little research. (wikipedia, cough cough)
It turns out, it is possible for two snowflakes to be identical. But not likely. And, if two snowflakes happened to have the same climate and conditions and happened to be identical, the likelihood of two people having an opportunity to look at those two snowflakes under a microscope and compare them enough to realize they were identical is very very small.
I have lots of thoughts about how snowflakes are like people.
We are all unique.
We are all beautiful.
We stick together.
Anyone else want to play this game with me?
How are snowflakes like people?
Maybe someday I'll get around to writing a deep, philosophical post about snowflakes.
But for tonight, I'mma go to bed and leave you with this: