HELL FREEZES OVER: Minnesota schools announces 2 hour late start.
No. That is not really Minnesota. It's a photo from the NYTimes of the Colorado snowpack from last year. My hubby told me about a demotivational poster but I couldn't find it, so I just improvised and made it myself. If you're from around here . . . or anywhere north of here, for that matter, you'll appreciate that.
I need to start out this post with some fiber stuff, so here is a little ditty called "Phannie" that is a great stash buster. I used a plain old worsted weight wool and an f or g hook - can't remember. . . It has yet to be blocked but my little goofball "Phannie" could care less. Guinifer got me going on this tam kick.
We were in a hurry to take these photos - so they're a bit blurry.
Every kid growing up here says a little prayer each night for a "snow day". That means that the roads or the cold are so severe that they either postpone the start of the school day until the roads are clear or they cancel school altogether.
One would think that Minnesota would be the front runner for snow days, but because we are so hardy and well-prepared, it is highly unusual for our "Supes" to cancel school. It goes a little something like this: