Well, I did have to go in to work today, but the office opened two hours late, so I still had time to take Rosie out and get some more pictures. I've got to figure out how to upload video from my camera; she was completely nuts in the snow...well, at least for her!
This morning, our snowman had collected even more snow. You may notice his mouth disappeared; his head fell off after we went inside and I had to re-do it. I suspect foul play, but since he didn't seem to mind, we won't pursue it.
The daffodils were a little less happy with the snow...
"Gee Hon, how much snow did we get?"
Every branch covered with snow. Actually, a lot of it had plopped off by the time I took these pictures.
Then the sun came out and turned icy branches into lacy diamonds...only the camera didn't do a great job of capturing the sparkle. My pea-trellis-in-progress was totally transformed into modern art.
The sun came out again in the afternoon, so, as usual, most of the snow melted. But there's still a nice layer on the east-facing rooftops and north-facing hills. I haven't heard the scrunch of snow under my boots in 8 years, so I actually got pretty excited about this snowfall. Pretty weird for someone who grew up in the snow belt! It's true; snow is better in the south. 'Cause it goes away so quickly!