I’ve been hoping and praying for snow. “Real” snow. Not the flurries that cause the rush on groceries (milk and bread), but the REAL. SNOW. that’s going to cause major closures. I just want to play in it. And watch the dogs play in it.
We got what most people would call a “light dusting” of snow last night. But only in our school district (and the district my husband works in.) There are six school districts within our county, and two of them closed.
People are coming into work this morning wondering where all of the snow is. It’s in my back yard. I asked Kenny to take a picture of the house before he went in for his teacher work day today. It was so dark when I left for work, and this is all I got from my car:
Not the greatest, but at least you get the idea.
We have snow.
And it’ll probably be gone by the time I leave work at 2:30.