I'm home enjoying yet another snow day. Today makes #9 for my school district.
Goodbye Summer Vacation! It was nice knowing you!
Seriously...I don't remember ever missing this many days in one year.
But I'm trying to choose a positive attitude and enjoy the time at home and not think about having to make up all of these missed days.
Our little town is beautiful right now.
Andrew has been working at home so Snow Days have allowed me a little extra time with him. We get to sit down together and have lunch each day.
Snow Days mean trying new recipes and laughing when they completely fail.
I tried a new recipe from Pinterest last night. It was a MAJOR fail!
I have yet to try to a recipe from Pinterest that wasn't a fail.
I'm going to blame Pinterest!
It can't possibly be me or the fact that I don't like cooking and am not very good at it.
I posted this picture last night of the aftermath of our dinner.
The caption included some of the quotes that came out of my sweet husband's mouth over the course of attempting to eat this chicken crescent roll thing.
"Would you be interested in taking cooking lessons?"
"Now we're figuring out how to eat this."
"Time for dessert. What do you want? A turkey sandwich?"
One thing is for sure...He makes me laugh.
Snow Days also mean lots of time to watch my new favorite TV show.
I've also had lots of time to search Pinterest for a new haircut. It is time for a change. My hair is pretty thin and does better with a shorter cut.
I sort of like this cut, but it is WAY out of my comfort zone. I've been texting it to my friends to get their opinion. So far the look has gotten mixed reviews.
Andrew isn't a fan at all. I'm not sure I'm brave enough to go this short.
I just know I'm ready for something different.
Unfortunately, snow days also mean time to work on taxes. YUCK!
But it has to be done.
Have to focus on the positive...like my beautiful view of Sugarloaf Mountain.
God's creation. It's amazing!