We were treated to the true definition of a nor'easter. At 3:30 am I was awoken to loud claps of thunder and bright lightening! Not the most pleasant way to wake. I had to peek out and assess the progress of the storm. It was well underway.
The surrounding school districts called it correctly and canceled schools the night before. That is my idea of a special treat :)
These are a few of the photos I took to capture my snow day.
The first of many passes the plows made in our subdivision.
This was taken at 6:30 am. By mid morning, the snow was over little Bentley's head. I had to go out and rescue him when he tried to follow Bozley.
A winter wonderland in my very own backyard.
The topiary has a new fluffy white top hat.
This little guy, tucked safely on our front porch, wasn't spared from the blowing effects of snow.
Hard to tell, but this is an urn on my back patio. That is actually a small wall in the back drop. The inches of white continue to accumulate.
There is just something about a snowy night and a home lite with the warmth of light.We have a delay this morning.
While I'd love to enjoy one more day snowed in my home, I'll appreciate the return when June rolls around and we have one less day to make up.
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