Snowy Thursday

25 Feb

We had a snowy Thursday.

We had a good four inches by the time it was done.

Not to be confused with a snow day from work.  That was actually on Tuesday, but not because of snow.  It was ice and wind on Tuesday.

Although these icicles were from the snowy day.

Today was snow.

Quite a bit of snow, but there was no wind and even though it was cold, it wasn’t stupid cold.

The pans were filling again by the time I got done with chores.

If I hadn’t had to drive home on snowy slick roads, it would have been a perfect snow.

Margarita checking for treats.

Perdita eating outside to avoid bully goats.

I will say that when I was hauling an armload of hay to the two bucks up north, I did find a patch of ice covered in the snow.  My feet did the jitterbug; my arms were doing the rhumba; the hay came snowing down to the ground all around me.

I was headed for the lean-to door back there.

But I did not end up flat on my back spinning in circles doing a break-my-hip dance, so I’m going to call it a victory.  And Freddie was enjoying the hay I dropped.

And most everyone else was eating hay in the barn and staying nice and dry.

Aurora was happy lounging in the barn after her extra feed.



Overall, I was a pretty good snow.

4 Responses to “Snowy Thursday”

  1. Jeanne February 25, 2022 at 6:19 pm #

    That’s a really good write-up! I especially enjoyed your description of your snow dance! It’s too cute not to share, so I read it to my daughter, who also thoroughly enjoyed it!

    • Teresa February 25, 2022 at 7:09 pm #

      I’m sure it would have been hilarious to watch.

  2. Eileen Wise February 26, 2022 at 5:52 am #

    Pretty snowy landscapes, love all your critters. Take care, enjoy your weekend!

  3. janicead February 26, 2022 at 11:44 am #

    Snow is so much better than ice. But ice disguised as snow is just wrong! Hay rain could be very messy if a general condition!

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