Talk about a tenacious winter! I wonder if all this white stuff so late in the season will put a crimp on the breeding plan of mosquitoes and biting flies? If so, that might make all this worth it.
Farther south of us (yes, south of us as that's where most of the snow has fallen this year), about ten inches of snow came down yesterday. Our snow didn't start until the wee hours this morning and (so far) our accumulation is only about 3".
And wouldn't ya know, we saw our first robin of the season out on the bird feeder while we were eating breakfast this morning. The same robin is no doubt contacting his travel agent right now trying to book a flight to an area with green grass and worms.
I just hate it when I get ice balls between my toes, don't you? (You can see by this picture that the flakes are still coming down.)
Good day to bake bread. Or quilt. Good day to clean my closet and under the bed. Or quilt. Good day to wash the kitchen floor. Or quilt. Good day to get caught up on desk work. Or quilt. Okay, I'll quilt.
the quotidian (10.23.17)
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