Looking out a window at work today:
Saturday Sky with Christmas Tree and Crane!
You don’t usually expect to see a tree actually IN the Saturday Sky.
But there it was, as the snow fell around it:
How festive of the construction workers! (They’re building an underground parking ramp, which will be wonderful for just such weather as this. Winter being at least 5 months long here, quite literally.)
We had a bit of snow night before last, though the weather people predicted this as flurries:
See the bunny tracks in our yard above? By the time I left for work, it looked as though there had been a bunny hoe-down!
Now, today, the weather folks said it would start to snow about 3 pm; maybe a few morning flurries; 3 -5 inches total for the storm.
When I left work at noon:
Some flurries — again. That’s already up to the curbs.
It’s probably time to put the boat away, don’t you think?
Well, other than shuttling Nutcracker dancers (and finding their boots, a task sadly put off till now), my plan for the rest of the day is to choose prize yarn, and maybe clean a bit, listen to the snow come down (occasionally it changes to very loud bits of ice gusting against the window) and KNIT. Great day for it. Maybe I’ll make some soup for dinner tonight, mmm.
Stay home, all y’all in the Midwest, if you can; otherwise, drive careful, as we ungrammatically say around here. Hello, December!
That has got to be one LONG extension cord….