We've got about a foot of snow...and it's still coming down. In addition, it's cold, cold, cold.
Which reminds me -- be careful what you wish for, because you may very well get it.
(See the traffic cam close to our house here.)
Other than a few brief forays, the chickens have refused to come out of the coop. Not that I blame them -- they've got a heat lamp in there, and the air is warm. I even put in a fresh pumpkin (they love pumpkin) and a pan of warm beans.
Ironically, one of the other sites I write for, Penny Thots, just happened to publish a post I'd written on what it felt like during the first snow. Today, of all days!
A fire in the fireplace, chicken enchiladas (and beans, of course) for supper, and we're warm in here, too.
More snow predicted tomorrow. Good -- I've got lots of inside work to finish up.
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