Annie felt it was worth her time to worship this star around which the earth orbits.
She's just so appreciative.
We got, what I'm hoping will be, our last winter snow-storm for this season.
Last night's fall should keep us shoveling for at least another week or so. It's. just. brutal.
My heart goes out to all out-door animals around here and to those two legged ones that must drive the roads today.
If you can...stay home.
Of course, we'll be out, too, if a certain baby decides to make his appearance today. He knows we can't wait to meet him but maybe he could give us one more day to get shovelled out first.
Gwynn has been given the green light to start dressing herself now. Mommy says she went off to her room to choose her own outfit yesterday with great pride. Minutes later, mommy finds her standing at her wardrobe with a clothes article in hand looking decisive.
"Is that what you've chosen to wear, Gwynnie?" says mom.
"Nope, she replied. It's too fancy."
(a new word Nana taught her ;)
She settled on a flowered top, pairing it with a paisley dress and leggings. Oh, and bare feet. :)))
She looked smashing.
Well, as the snow calms down a little and the bird feeders are all but invisible right now, it's time to get to work on cleaning up.
I have a murder of crows plus a hundred song birds out there looking for breakfast.