It was still freezing cold outside, but I still had to go out for a while and enjoy the sun and wide open sky. It was amazing to me how much BIGGER the sky looks when it is not gray and hazy. It was fantastic! So if you happened to see that crazy mommy, who was outside pushing her kids (all bundled up) in the stroller, that was me.
Our blue sky only lasted for one whole day. We woke up this morning to SNOW!
Piles and piles of snow. The kind where you just keep shoveling your driveway, and it just keeps coming down!
I think I shoveled at least 8 inches of snow off our driveway! That was three rounds of shoveling, and boy is my back tired. You should see how high my snowbanks are. Almost as tall as a soon-to-be five year old boy!
We would have liked to go sledding, but we spent way too much time shoveling today. Maybe we will go and enjoy the piles of snow tomorrow... provided we don't get buried overnight!
Eli and I did manage to have a little fun in the midst of our shovel fest. We marveled at how tiny and delicate snowflakes are...
and we may have tried to catch a few on our tongues.
What a day! Hopefully the storm will clear up the skies and push the inversion on out of here so we can have some blue-sky sledding days.
Linked up to Wordful Wednesday, Wordish Wednesday, and Wordless Wednesdays all over.