This is what we woke up to today!
Did I mention that we live in San Antonio?
I think it means that the apocalypse is near, but LOOK! I can see my breath!
Nothing says class like a cardboard sled!
A very wishful snow angel.
Doug went crazy in the snowpacolypse too.
But this was the best part of the morning.
What is it you ask? Well, it is a Lone Ranger good ol' boy Texan SALTING THE ROAD with his John Deere. Never mind that by this time the snow was only a quarter inch and would be completely melted by 11am. Them roads darn need to be salted. It was almost as good as my kids wearing their full-on ski goggles to play in the driveway.
So schools are closed today, which is great because even though you can't tell from the pictures, two out of three of my children are sick (yet again). Let's hear it for a never-ending virus party! So they will spend the day hibernating while I work, and while Jason stares at me working. Yep, we already had that fight. Oh, you know the one where you have a mazillion things to do and your husband doesn't know what to do with himself so he is a stream of interruptive comments and inquiries: "What are you doing?", "Look I can see space from my phone", "What are you working on?", "My coffee is cold", "What are you doing now?", "I'm going to feed the dog", "Who are you emailing?", "Look at my shirt", "What are doing now?", "I think I'm gonna go to Home Depot".
"Yes. YES! PLEASE GO TO HOME DEPOT. PLEASE OH PLEASE PLEASE GO TO HOME DEPOT! I DON'T KNOW WHAT WE NEED, BUT I'M SURE WE DESPERATELY NEED SOMETHING FROM HOME DEPOT NOW. PLEASE YES PLEASE HAVE FUN AT HOME DEPOT!"
Right? I'm pretty sure Home Depot saves marriages. And I'm pretty sure I better get to those mazillion things before he gets back. Have a great weekend everyone!