Tuesday, November 9, 2010


It was relatively warm this morning, above 50F when I took Delaney to the bus. The sun was coming up with very few clouds in the sky. An hour later, I got a cup of coffee in a t-shirt and felt fine.

At noon I went to town for a massage and it was still sunny and I was still in a t-shirt. As I walked into Wal-Mart, I could see clouds starting to cover the sky and the temperature was dropping. It rained a touch on my way home, and started to turn to snow around 2:30. This is what it looked like:


This is about an hour later:


First real snow of the season for us, and it’s nice to see. We could use some, even though I have more chores to do and I’m not really prepped for a storm. The doors aren’t even on a tractor.

The kids are hoping for a snow day, but I’m not sure that will happen. I’d settle for remembering to set my clock back. I set my watch and phone, but forgot about the alarm clock when I got home from Seattle last night. I got Delaney up an hour early today, but fortunately he realized it quickly and went back to sleep.

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