The snow continues to fall. And fall. And fall. I think right now we have about 20 inches on the ground and by the end of the day we should have more. So here starts our second snow day. Even the hubby is home.
This is pretty freaky. Its like Mother Nature is playing her own Halloween trick on us. I knew I shouldn't have gone cheap on the candy.
It is pretty, I have to admit. Too bad the beauty is being drowned out by the screaming. And the whining. Oh we can't forget the whining. Six people cooped up in my humble home for two days has a way of rattling one's nerves.
I had this idealistic picture in my mind of how yesterday should have gone. Hot cocoa, fresh baked cookies, harmonious dealings with the kids. Yeah, that happened.
Instead we had kids camped out in front of the TV for hours. Worse yet I let them. The grayness of the day left me in drowsy and slow. I don't think I got anything on my list checked off. When my husband got home I was caught face down on our bed napping. What can I say, laziness ruled.
I admit, yesterday caught me off guard. But today I'm ready. I'm hunkering down, resolved to survive another housebound day. Besides, the kids are already gearing up for sledding and I think I see the makings of a snowman in progress. Time to enjoy our little taste of Christmas in October.
If the weather forecasters are anywhere close to accurate (its a big IF, I know) then tomorrow fall will return, so all will be well in the world again -- until Halloween and the annual sugar rush hits. Ahh, but that's another post all together.