Last week when the weatherman began to make his forecast about
Fondly I remember snow days--there is the usual: stay up late, sleep late, movie watching. There has been extra cooking and baking (AppleJack's favorite part). Choosing a book from the growing stack sitting on my bedside table and enjoying a good read. There is also extra laundry from the layers and layers of clothing to keep warm. The sounds coming from the neighborhood and tires crunching through the ice, neighbors chipping ice off their cars, children laughing as they negotiate their sleds.
My needle has been busy with the Colonial Gatherings piece and there has been extra time to surf the web and locate those designer sneak peeks for the upcoming needlework market.
Winter 2015 has more in store for the week. Yes, snow is forecast for this evening. Ice topped off with snow topped off with freezing temperatures. Let's hope it's really snow and not more ice.
From the looks of the icicles hanging off the rosemary--I think she might be a goner.
The sweet little tracks in the snow were made by robins. Grandmother Bessie used to say robins were a sign of spring. These robins came to feed on the remaining berries on the Holly bushes.
Ice Storm 2015: shall I quilt or hook or stitch?