De Villo aptly identified Katerina's one-woman art movement as "Sandpo", and I cherish it, in particular because I am a Haptic Poetry member. These warm colors of orange and red are a treat for me today. More than a treat, actually. I'm talking major DESSERT here. St. Paul got another dumping of snow and as usual, the lot of us are walking around stiff and lopsided from the shoveling . I've even noticed that one neighbor who normally leans to the right (politically) is now actually leaning toward the left, that's how much snow we got. There's a peacefulness to Katerina's mail art and I like that. Maybe I should look at winter that way, too. There's less traffic, the new snow is still white, and people fall into even friendlier dispositions. Before long the lawn mowers will snorting around in the back yards, alley cats will be screaming in heat, kids will be hanging out bus windows, cheering over the last days of school, and motorcycles will be testing local noise ordinances. Yeah, maybe I should enjoy this soft quiet while it's here. Think I will. Thanks, Katerina.