I spent most of the day in my sewing room, making drapes for the family room and watching the snow fall. The view from up there is beautiful.
A little bit of snow.
A little while later, lots more snow.
It's cold today, but the sun has been shining. This morning, the young man next door came over and plowed our driveway, and I shoveled our steps and sidewalk this afternoon. Yesterday evening, I had to shovel and sweep a path and spot in the backyard for Winnie to do her 'business'. Ruby just runs out into the snow and has a grand old time ... Winnie is too small for that.
Yesterday morning, right before the storm got going, I set up my game camera, programmed to time lapse mode, to see if I could make a video of the accumulating snow. The result ... 450+ photos (one every five minutes from 10:30am till 6:00pm), compiled with Movie Maker with one-tenth of a second between photos. An all-day snow storm, condensed into 45 seconds.
I'm not going to complain about the snow, even though we have had more than our usual share of it in the past few weeks. We are warm and safe, and that's all that matters.
(I promise that I will share my new drapes with you very soon ... tutorial, too!)