Every 3 days now it seems like we are getting a foot of snow on top of snow, on top of snow.
The dogs have created little mazes in the paths that they always run around in the dog yard. The snow in the center of the yard is so high that I can not even see Maggie (the setter) when she is behind it.....but they are having a blast with all of this snow.
How bad are the roads? Ken's car was retired this week......the struts had said..."enough" with the rocking and rolling around potholes and ice divets... and that was the end of that. She is old enough that it does not make sense to fix her.....so she will be replaced with a younger version.
Of course there have been a few highlights in this week though. Bee is moving right along and I am almost finished with the first half. Such a beautiful, beautiful pattern to knit
On the very near horizon though is flutter. As much as I have tried to resist, this extra skein of Roasting Chestnuts is telling me that she would be perfect for this scarf. She is also telling me that she would prefer a few beads here and there..........how could I resist?
Have a great Sunday.....stay warm!