Yesterday morning we woke to howling winds. . . and discovered the electric pole just outside our house was leaning. . . if it fell the wires would fall on our house for sure. Nice. It was not snowing at my house but the TV was showing rapid snowfall in the StL area. I made a quick decision that I'd take the leap and drive to work and I needed to leave sooner than later. I drove right into the slushy snow. Turns out we got nothing more than a dusting at home. But at work I got to enjoy great big flakes of snow. I sit in a basement and I can't see outside from my desk, but I got up often to go check out the snow. Unfortunately by the time I left work it was basically gone. And when I got home later in the evening there was no evidence at home that we had a single flake.
This photos shows the view from my office at 7 am and 3 pm.
I was really disappointed when I left work. We will be up around 70 degrees again this weekend. I know spring is coming, but we haven't had much of a winter. Last weekend I was getting bit my mosquitoes. The bugs needs to DIE. We need freezing temps and below for quite some time for that to happen. There's a reason for the seasons and things are off balance when we don't have the correct weather. This winter has been all wrong and such a disappointment.
I realized I never shared this photo of Eli modeling his new cooler. I have a green cooler for him that I love. It's from Schneider's and is fantastic. Their fleece is such great quality. But I was bored. I wanted something fun. Weatherbeeta has a line of coolers that are kind of fun and they are lighter weight. Going into spring that will be beneficial. I find sometimes I wasn't using my cooler cause I felt it was too heavy. I didn't think about having varying weights of coolers. Anyways, it took me a while to pick one out and I went back and forth on this one cause I usually don't put anything red on Eli. But since a cooler isn't on for days on end like a blanket I made the leap and I bought this one.
I haven't really got a chance to use it because when he's gotten sweaty enough, it's been really warm. Like this past weekend when it was 70 and I hosed his sweaty self off after our ride. I've been practicing my horse selfie skills. . . . I can't wait to get a new phone with a wide angle front camera. That will make this much easier!
The last photo I leave with you is a collage of Doughnut. The barn kitty that was found at Krispy Kreme. I think I shared her photo before. She's freaking gorgeous but a total female. . . she doesn't really like you. She wants to be around people. Her purr motor is crazy loud but her bite is very quick. You think she wants you to pet her but 5 seconds later you get bit. It's a bummer cause I find her totally beautiful and I want to love on her and snuggle with her.