I know the roads are icy, I know many people in England have never had to drive in snow before and it's difficult, I know it's a struggle to get to work, I know it can be hard to find childcare at short notice because the schools are shut ........but it doesn't stop me loving it with a passion!
It's short-lived, it will melt - so enjoy it while we've got the chance to because, lets face it, if we only get it like this once in every 18 years we haven't REALLY got anything to grumble about have we?!
Anyway, one last blog entry about snow and then I'll go back to normal, my inner 8 year old satiated for the time being!
We braved the elements this morning to walk to the shop - and bearing in mind that our town has way more hills than flat bits, we had to go down.......and back up again! The need to shop was not for any of lifes three essentials ( bread milk and toilet rolls!).No, no, much more important than that, Last-Born is in the local paper! Big spread! Photos! Write-up! The works! The Full Monty!
She's the lead in the school production of High School Musical next week - my star girl!!!
Here she is, Last-Born in her Peruvian hat and sassy wellies - just as well she's not going on stage like that!!!
The large stones on the island have all but disappeared and the stream bed is just waiting for the unwary visitor to fall in it.
Berries on a large tree on the drive at the front of the house.
I have yet to identify what this is, so if anyone out there knows please feel free to let me know!
Ceefer cat has become increasingly disenchanted with the snow since his unexpected dip in the pond and has taking to glaring menacingly at it from the safety of the windowsill!