Yes, we had those flurries before….but yesterday, Saturday morning, I awoke to the first real snow of the season.
The Saturday sky started out cloudy, as it continued to snow in the morning, and then gradually cleared up as we dug out.
I had snow on my lap inside the house, too.
No, no roof emergency, nor open windows.
My older daughter, The RockStar, is in the corps de ballet in the Snow scene in the Nutcracker ballet this year. (Yes, ’tis Nutcracker time again. The performance is next weekend.) She volunteered me — when I was not there — to sew her Snow tutu. I needed to hem the bodice and sew it to the skirt, then fit the bodice to her and sew alternating hooks and eyes. I haven’t really sewn since middle school, and my teenager doesn’t sew at all, more than sewing ribbons and elastics on her ballet shoes.
Mom? I’m sorry about that Madrigal singers dress with the train that I volunteered you to hem in high school.