This weekend they predicted 3-6 inches of snow, well....it was nearly a foot of snow. My husband dragged out the snow blower and once again cleared the driveway. Oh my, my backyard looks beautiful but all of us in this house including Frodo are looking forward to spring.
My weekend included: knitting - reading - eating all the leftovers in the fridge - pattern searching - birdwatching - laundry - cross stitching - phone talking - list making.
How was your weekend?
As snowy and bitterly cold as yours was... and those winds! Yikes!ReplyDelete
We didn't get as much snow as you guys did, but it was certainly snowy, blowy, and icy here. It was a good weekend to stay inside and read, knit, and bake cookies, but I'm looking forward to spring!ReplyDelete
Spring will be welcome for sure! We only had 2.5" of snow, but that was more than enough. The wind howled all day and all night. I managed to do some laundry and cleaning and a little (too little) knitting and stitching.ReplyDelete
So, telling you we were in the mid to high 70s with sunshine and gentle breezes, would not make me your best friend? But don't get too jealous too fast. We are heading upwards towards 90 this week and I think it is way too soon for those temps. My weekend activities we pretty much the same as yours. We did watch a good movie on Netflix. "The Adam Project".ReplyDelete
My weekend was a lot like yours with a bit less snow!!!! :-)ReplyDelete
Compared to yours, our weekend was uneventful! That sure is a lot of snow for this time of year. We had an interesting walk last week and learned some history while doing it! Happy Monday!ReplyDelete
Pretty snow but I'm glad it's at your house, not mine. LOL Our weekend was good. We celebrated Hayden's 2nd birthday and it snowed all day but the preceding days had been so warm, it barely stuck. And thankfully the snow was completely gone by Sunday morning. My kind of March snow storm!ReplyDelete
Wonderful photo. My weekend was filled with shopping, helping clean out a barn with my daughter and a few of her scouts that was Saturday filled, Sunday was pottering at home catching up with jobs that I had not managed to do during the week, took eldest out for a driving lesson and went for a walk with hubby.ReplyDelete
I do love meals where you eat the contents of the leftovers in the fridge, we usually have a meal that once a week. It used to be more often but we don't seem to have as many leftovers these days.
thankfully my knitting involved a lot of knitting and reading, a little church, and NO SNOW! love the photos of your home looking so cozy ... have a good week!ReplyDelete
You got a good bit of snow. We had rain yesterday, but thankfully, the snow stayed in the mountains. Sounds like you had a relaxing weekend. Hope you have a good week. See you again soon.ReplyDelete
That is a lot of snow! It certainly looks beautiful! Hopefully spring arrives soon for you - snow is very pretty to look at, it's a shame it doesn't snow here, but it must make life very cold!ReplyDelete
Hope that your week is off to a good start! :)
Away From The Blue
My goodness Karen, that is a lot of snow. A quiet weekend here of crochet, painting and catching up with family via whatsapp.ReplyDelete
We met our dear friends for the first time in a year due to covid restrictions. So good to see them. We didnt get snow. Go1f was on TV for a 1ong time both days!ReplyDelete
I would love to have the extra back up excuse of having to stay home, LOL. How pretty that scene looks. I am waiting to open the door for full-fledged spring now though because the garments I've been making are better suited for sunny weather.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a lovely weekend! I still miss snow but so happy that we can sit outside to enjoy the warmth of the sun. Beautiful photo 😊ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful photo Karen! I still miss snow but must admit that I’m enjoying the ability to sit on our patio and enjoy the warmth of the sun.ReplyDelete
...WOW...that's a lot of snow...
~Have a lovely day!