Not so. We woke up to an unofficial report of 14 inches overnight. At least 14 inches I would say!! We already had 10 – 12 inches, so needless to say we feel like winter has arrived.
|Our Navajo Princess|
I might still get to all of that, but there are obviously some necessary interruptions, first.
When I went out side to feed the horses this morning a wave of nostalgia came over me. The air was fresh, but still filled with snow flakes; the drifts made the two feet snow even deeper in some places. Ahhh, this is the calm after the storm. I couldn’t help but reminisce: This would have been a no school day, and just for a second or two, I remembered exactly how that felt. Pure treasure!
|"And Here We Have Idaho..."|
But, after the 20 minutes or so, of enjoying winter, reality set in. I had better get to work. I went in and woke Matt early. He would have some chores to do before heading off to work in the city.
Photos will tell the story best. And I have a lot more work to do if I am going to get to that movie by the fire.
|My newspaper found the snow plow.|
|Our Winter Wonder Land|
Oh and the Candy? Little Elves brought it to us the other day. It is absolutely the best I have ever eaten! And that is no exaggeration. Matt agreed.
Bythe way...it's still snowing!