Snowed in three days and counting. We did get out to attend church services this morning since the church got it's lot scraped by three members that are most certainly in God's good graces, and we're only 2 miles away. I sure enjoyed the music. Needed a little rock-n-roll praise and worship to get my blood circulating and lift my cabin fever spirits. It was wonderful.
Tomorrow, I'm going to at least venture out as far as Country Mart for fresh produce, butter, eggs and milk. Most of the main roads have been sanded, but the side roads are still frozen.
I have this granola bar that's been in the change holder of my Bravada for over a year. I also have a water bottle that's 3/4s full rolling around in the back seat that I never toss out when I take in my recycling.
I, semi-unintentionally, keep those items there just in case I run off the road or get stuck out in a desolate area, (like between my house and Country Mart on an icy trek for bananas.)
You know, the stories. Person trapped in vehicle, and survives for a week on a starlight mint and two pieces of Big Red gum. Well, not me. I'll dine on a healthy oatmeal raisin bar, and have an (almost full) bottle of Aquafina to tithe me over until rescue comes.
Wish we could go straight into spring time after Christmas. Here's to above freezing temps!
My little garden angel topped with a snow blanket.
It just looked so sweet~