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Snowed in!

I'm all snowed in! I got up for work this morning at 6.30, nothing, even though the predictions were that I would get up to 4 inches of snow. So I did my normal morning things and opened the door at 7.30 am with the intention of getting to work early to tackle my mountain of tasks and WHAT! Where did it come from? I did set off but after skidding a couple of times and only getting a mile in 15 minutes I gave up and came home. It is now 9.00 am and about 1.5 inches of snow covers everything, and its still snowing heavily. What's a girl to do other than craft?

I taken a picture of my wellies, I bought these to try and help with walking in the snow. When I got them home they fit great but because I'm only 5'2" they came right up to my knee which meant I couldn't bend my leg, so to sort that out I've chopped about 4" off the top. Everybody found this really funny, I just thought it was practical, but have photographed them to record the story.

Edited: Here is the 10AM measurement
and the 11AM measurement
12PM ok I've had enough now!
1PM and its still coming thick and fast

3PM4PM and it hasn't stopped all dayI had a bit of an inspiration overload last night, we have a lot of 'special' birthdays coming up at work this year. Mostly male 30th birthdays and one male 60th so this is my challenge this year. I'll post the cards over the next few days, here is the first one.

I've taken a few pictures already today, so that's the start of my Document 2010 project.


Kath said…
thanks for sharing your snowy pics and I adore those funky wellies...big hugs kath xxxx

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