Yesterday, I knew that there was a big, fat storm coming. I decided that if I placed my spring wreath on the front door, it would take notice and dissipate.
Just in case you wondered, it didn't. In fact, I think that it made it worse.
It could be worse. My driveway has walls, but I'm certain that up north scored more.
Today I decided to put out my "Welcome Spring!" flag. I mean, maybe the spring wreath wasn't hint enough. You can blame me when the epic storm of the century rolls through.
In other news, K had an optional volcano to build for extra credit. "She's doing great in science," says Hubs. "It's extra credit and those opportunities don't come by often. We'll be building a volcano." We did!
We didn't have brown paint and it was Sunday and we were being snowed upon with about 4" then. None of us wanted to go out, so Hubs suggested some gray house paint. I mean, if it's good enough for the house . . . I had some leftover Modge Podge from when Aunt Donna decided that she was going to save all of the puzzles that the puzzler ladies built downstairs. It took once and she decided that once was enough. K sealed it. It sat on the floor near the heat vent for a day. It was time for lava. Well, since it was extra credit, I asked K if she wanted it to be rainbowy with glitter. SURE! Rainbow and glitter it is. It has to work and frankly, I think her teacher cares none about the colors.
An update to K's recent illness is that despite having a negative rapid strep in office, today I was phoned by the nurse to say that it was positive and she needs antibiotics. Huh. We were all surprised.
I end with, my your snows be small, your warmth be much and may we not float away by the end of the week when all of this melts. If Noah comes rounding the bend, I'll let y'all know.