We had more snow yesterday and schools were closed yet again. We found out the night before, and I was glad because I could watch all of the Oscars. One of our former students was a finalist in Channing Tatum’s Team Oscar competition and he was on stage handing the statues to the presenters so that they, in turn, could give them to the winners. It was so exciting to see someone I knew on stage!
I was very productive Monday morning, getting laundry done, taking the dog for a walk, making soup. I took pictures of birds in the snow and made a video. (It’s below this post). In the afternoon, I took a very long nap and this isn’t something I usually do. But I felt like it. And then, of course, had trouble falling asleep last night. You’d think I would live and learn.
Tonight as I write this post, I have a spaghetti squash roasting in the oven. I’ve made homemade pasta sauce and am going to have it over the pulled squash. It really is yummy and I’ll have leftovers to go in my lunchbox this week.
Took this photo last week along the front driveway of our school. The outdoor amphitheater is behind that row of cedar trees that you can see in the background. The Canada goose couple was picking through the bare patches of snow, looking for sustenance I suppose.
Another from the school driveway.
And this was shot through my windshield. It’s the town that lies at the bottom of the hill where I live.
Miss Blackie yesterday morning looking out my bedroom window at all the birds at the feeders.
We had a beautiful sunset last night.
And all seemed right in the world.
In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.
Thanks for coming by. Until tomorrow, then ~
Here’s the little video I made ~