Miss Victoria finds all that snow fascinating
My son switched his student parking pass from his car to ours and loaded the back seat with clothing he would need for at least two days. He called today to let me know he had arrived on campus this morning just fine (we had a few inches of snow already) but the parking lot had already been plowed enough that he couldn't get out if he wanted to come home.
Winter storm and blizzard warnings continue throughout the State (the closer one is to the Lake, the more likely there will be blizzard conditions). Winter continues...
The German cup I recently found for 99 cents
As for me... there is something about being snowed in that causes one to relax and enjoy the moment. I mean, really... what else can you do? It is at times like this, I'm glad my neighbor owns a Hummer and I have access only to Christopher's little Japanese car. I'm at home.
The blue and white English teacup
is another recent 99 cent Goodwill find.
(I must admit it is rare I find great teacups at my store.)
A third round of antibiotics (this time three a day... ugh) and two Benedryl knocked me out for a few hours. That's okay, I'm not going anywhere and there are no toddlers in the house which require constant attention. Well, except Victoria.
Rose glasses with
matching rose pitcher (kept elsewhere).
Waiting for a summer day on the deck.
I've promised my husband I'll make lentil stew today or tomorrow. There is ground beef that must be turned into "something" (hmmm... meatloaf perhaps?).
Yes, tea and books are the plan for tonight... I'm not going, anywhere today... and that's okay.
Pictures: Should one be (like me), really nosy... pictures can be enlarged by clicking on them.