It’s a Snow Day!
There’s three inches of snow on the ground, the roads are slushy, buses are on limited routes (my husband’s bus has been totally canceled, so he’s staying home too!) and school has been canceled!
It’s a real, honest-to-goodness snow day.Seattle really does snow the best way, It’s here for a day or two, everyone has fun, takes walks, builds snowmen, then it all melts and we go back to normal. None of this Midwestern snow-that-sticks-around-gray-and-frozen-until-mid-March nonsense.
I know all this Seattle snow is probably one of the signs of the apocalypse, but today I’m enjoying it. I already took the dog on a walk, I’ve got a hot cup of coffee and I’m thinking about breaking out a movie and some knitting (surprise!). Ollie loves the snow, but doesn’t love how his fur creates little snowballs all around his feet. I love that though, it looks like he has little pompoms in his fur. Adorable!I’ve got some socks I’m probably going to go work on after this, but if I had planned for more snow-day-appropriate knitting projects, I might have picked one of these:
I love the little frolicking deer in this snowy forest! It reminds me of cross-country skiing in West Virginia as a kid.
Snow Roe Deer Beanie by Sandra JagerThis snowflake shawl is almost too pretty for words (but I bet it would take quite a few snow days to complete.
Snow Queen Shawl by Janine Le CrasAnd, nothing says “Scandinavian snow day” quite like red-and-white color work mittens. I think I might need these.
Snow Ghost Mittens by Aimee AlexanderHow’s the weather by you? Have you had any snow days this winter?