|the river was just freezing and is now completely covered with snow|
The only time we ever see this much white at home is during the cotton harvest. What is a Georgia girl to do? Well, I'll tell you.
- bake, eat
- wear knee boots, colored tights, pretty scarves, beret, mittens, pea coat
- straighten hair and try various hairstyles in vain attempt to find something that works with a beret
- obsessively take pictures of everything that has snow on it, which means... well, everything.
- walk at a painfully slow pace
- sing all the Christmas songs about snow
- stop to take a few more pictures in a different light or from another angle
- look outside every 30 minutes to see if it's still snowing
- between snow-checks, spray every room with apple cinnamon air freshener
- eat some more of what I baked
- play Christmas songs on guitar
- make video of snow with Christmas music playing in the background
- put pictures on facebook and watch people from home comment on how pretty the snow is
- drink lots of hot tea, especially with baked goods
- ask myself why I haven't made a snowman yet
One thing I've noticed about snow: It makes litter and dog-walking spots look especially gross. That's unfortunate.