2:00 pm and the first flakes are falling

The next big blizzard is starting.  We are as ready as we can be.  All paths and decks and driveways are clear, bird feeders are full, house is warm, chores are done.  A has even charged the batteries in her power tools so she can do her wood working if the power goes out.

Let the knitting commence!  I finished the blue sleeves, and will block them this afternoon.  The blue lace only needs 2.5 pattern repeats.  Progress is finally showing!

Can’t quite fathom what we will do with 2 more feet of snow. ( I never did find a better forecast.)

2 thoughts on “2:00 pm and the first flakes are falling”

    1. We will. So far so good, not getting the amount of snow predicted, so we don’t have to go out and shovel. Bitter cold and windy, though. Brrrr. Time to knit by the fire!

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