|Miller's Cove, Queens Creek|
No amount of denial can change the fact that Mathews County received significant snowfall on top of snow on top of more snow Wednesday evening and into Thursday.
These shots of my front yard were taken from my porch Thursday morning.
Although the newscasters--who sit comfortably an hour or two away--claimed that the snow would stop on Thursday morning and the sun might even peek out, that didn't happen.
Actually, that was fine with me. My work was closed, school was closed, and if I'm going to be trapped inside, I'd prefer it be dark and gloomy outside. If the sun were shining, I'd feel compelled to be doing something more productive than cooking clam chowder and seafood pasta and chocolate cakes and things like that.
I'm not sure what it is about a storm that makes me want to cook, but it's a compulsion. Daughter and I eat well around here during a storm.
Daughter is not done with basketball yet, believe it or not. School hasn't been in session
And somehow we won the game.
Now we're waiting on the weather to break so the next game can be played.
Or so the team can at least practice.
Or so we can
We're basically waiting.