I wonder if this will be the last snow day of the year. In Nebraska you can never tell what the weather will be. The kiddos had fun out in the neighborhood sledding with their friends. Kinsley started to build a snowman and Fiona shoveled the driveway. Nobody asked Fiona to shovel the driveway. Good job Fiona!! :)
Yesterday on the way to C and E's birthday party we saw wild turkeys sitting IN trees. I guess they don't like walking around in the snow. It was kind of strange to see them sitting in the trees. It looked very unnatural. Maybe it's because I've never seen anything like that before.
The time change is kicking my butt. Yesterday morning instead of waking at 5:45 I got up at 4:00 in order to make it to class on time. That's when it started snowing. It snowed off and on all day. Visibility was a challenge, too. At one point during our drive to church services Don did a complete doughnut with the van trying to turn right off L street. It was slick out. I couldn't help but laugh because the doughnut was a full circle and it wasn't something we were expecting. Thankfully there were no other cars around us or coming from the opposite direction.
I love snow days. I love snow. I especially love snow when I don't have to drive in it. But, I am really looking forward to spring and so is Sushi. She doesn't like to pee or poop in the snow. Can you blame her??