The polar express thundered down from Canada and covered the cabin with a thick blanket of snow and cold, cold temperatures. I was constantly humming......... "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...." You don't want to know the level of effort that it took me to trudge my way down to the backyard to get this picture. It was exhausting!
The wishing well in the backyard is wishing for warmer weather right about now.
Luckily we didn't loose the electricity while we were there. Our grandson Austin, and our eldest son Chuck, had to do quite a bit of shoveling to get to the barbecue. The tri-tips were well worth their effort and a nice change from turkey. You really work up an appetite after playing in the snow all day.
This is my view out of the kitchen window.....snow all the way to the bottom of the window and the deck railings. The trees looked like umbrellas just waiting to spring open, showering you with flakes. Well actually dumping huge amounts of the wet stuff down the collar of your jacket......I speak from experience!
Zinny and little Jess had an absolute ball playing. They wore each other out.
I'll be at the quilt shop today and back in the quilting mode. When the grandkids are around, quilting gets pushed to the background and stays there.