The thundersleet started last night around 10:30pm. 12 1/2 hours later, I’m pretty sure we have a foot of snow out there, not that I can get the front door open to check. We might head out back with a yard stick in a bit. You know. If the snow lets up. This is fantastically exciting because this just doesn’t happen in Oklahoma. Shaun is home today, of course, and I would be flabbergasted if he had to work tomorrow. I mean. We don’t have a snow shovel. So I can’t even begin to imagine how we’d get the car out of the garage.
We looked at sleds a couple of months ago and thought you know, one really good snow and we’d be really glad we bought a sled. But we didn’t buy one. I, however, am of the superstitious type to imagine this snow would not have happened if we had bought a sled. Kind of like I’m guaranteed to see something amazing the one time in a thousand that I leave the house without a camera. So, stupid awesome amount of snow and no sled, that’s us.
Hope everyone else in the path of this gets to stay home and warm with video games and hot chocolates and delicious pots of soup and board games and puzzles and oooooh I’m getting excited!