After record low snowfall in January (we have *only* received 140 inches this winter so far), we have finally gotten a couple storms the last few days. I suppose the DC area stole all of our snow last week, and I never thought I'd welcome a big storm in February, but here I am, all open-armed and welcoming.
There is a two-hour delayed start for school today, and we had to walk to the bus stop to find out about it. I honestly didn't think that the weather was bad enough to merit closing school, so I didn't even check my email before we left. At least the kid across the street didn't know, either.
The girls (minus Sophia, who is sick) are now outside in the front yard, happily playing in the very large snow drifts the wind left us last night. Why let bundling up for the bus stop go to waste?
I'm procrastinating going upstairs and having my daily meeting with Jillian. She is kicking my trash. But I will get into that dress. Yes. I will.
Otherwise, I'm off to teach lessons this morning, and practice this afternoon with the first orchestra rehearsal tonight. Tomorrow is another crazy day full of lessons, dentist appointments, girl scouts, orchestra, practice, and a flight bringing my mother to me. And then we'll hit the ground running.
Have a great week!
I'll see you on the flip side!