We had our first significant snowfall of the winter season today. After it stopped, we ended up with about 8 inches at my house (better than the 10-12 they were predicting). So, I thought I'd share a couple pics, especially for my SCS sisters Tanja and Kelly! ;-)
This is looking up our road from my craft room window. So pretty and peaceful.
It was snowing so hard at times that it almost obscured the woods behind our house!
Our little squirrel friends will have to dig for their corn today. (Update: By the time the snow stopped, just the tips of the corn were sticking out!)
When the snow slowed up a bit, I snapped a pic of my crabapple tree because I love how the bright red berries pop against the snow!
What I don't understand is that when the weather forecasters say that 4-letter word, everyone gets in such a panic. Hello? We live in western PA; it's supposed to snow in January. And in February. And let's not forget March. But I didn't even know we were getting snow until yesterday afternoon, so by the time I made my usual Friday-after-work Walmart stop, it was like every shopper for herself. One weird thing I noticed is that they were almost out of bacon. Now, I could understand milk, TP, OJ, but bacon???
Anyway, after I fought for my two packs of bacon (just kidding!), I made my way to the checkout lines, and let me tell you, it was ugly. I mean, people would not even move their carts to let others get past! So after wading through two clothing sections, I waited for 30 minutes to check out. *sigh* Oh well, at least I had my bacon. Guess I'll just have to start paying more attention to the weather forecasts.
After the snow let up today, hubby and I ran a couple errands and went out to eat - no lines! - then headed back home, where I now sit, in my flannel PJs.
Be back tomorrow with my card for this week's sketch challenge.