Snow, snow and more snow. The news people (who have been on since 5 am, I might add, so they are a bit punchy), just said this is something like the 5th-worst snow on record. As the snow slows down, it is gorgeous outside, but treacherous. The heavy snow is collapsing roofs (rooves) and breaking tree limbs, which in turn take out power lines. Fortunately I have power, though I am running the emergency heat since my heat pump is under about 2 feet of drifted snow.
Here is the view from my couch earlier this afternoon:
Note the drifted snow on the left. That's up against my sliding screen door. I have a deeper drift at my front door, holding the screen door shut, so I am literally a shut-in. I anxiously await the arrival of the shovel-my-snow crew I called earlier who will get here when they can get here later today or tomorrow.
For some perspective, check out my full-size metal trash can (it holds bird seed) on the right:
Uh-huh. I'm not going anywhere.
HOWEVER, I did have time to stamp! YAY! This card:
... is a total case of the last card in this post. I used red hearts instead of silver, but still. When you are desperate for your fourth project for next weekend's Stamp Camps, desperate measures are sometimes necessary.
ETA: Oh, drat, I hit Enter and published this post before I finished typing. Ugh. But that's okay, as I am out of words, so you are free to go now.
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