What a week, I mean come on its March. I should be preparing my garden for summer. But here I am talking about sudden snow. We have seen 2 heavy snow falls that have caused chaos. In fact on Friday morning it was so deep that school make the decision to close and the boys had a snow day.
I had plans for Friday and sadly accepted my fate, there was no way at 9am I was able to get the car off our drive, but also with no school I also had the boys happily snuggling by the roaring fire. Snow days really are things of childhood dreams aren’t they?
As disruptive and at times annoying as the snow is, it is also stunning. And not wanting to miss the opportunity of taking photos of freshly fallen snow, Joe and I got ready and raced out into the front garden to photograph the snow laden trees, and beautiful landscape.
Joe had been watching News Round that morning. They had asked for children to send snow photos in, so he was on a mission to get the perfect capture to be displayed on the tea time news and I was snapping away for this post. I am so pleased to say we both achieved our aims.
I did manage to get the car off the drive by lunchtime and arrived to my spa day at Carden Park, a little late, but on days like this sometimes it is a case of better late than never. And Joe bless him was so thrilled to see his photo feature on News Round.
As much as I love snow, I am ready for spring. Well, if I am honest I am ready for a long hot summer, I am longing to feel the hot sun on my face, and hear the boys playing football in the garden. For light evenings, and glasses of wine in the garden at tea time. Hopefully all of those are in the not too distant future.