Barely anything and then picked up a little.
Then I woke up at freaking 3 am exactly...out of the blue (should I blame the 3 AM Teacher? Lol just kidding, love ya Michelle!) .
And I peeked out the window and dropped my jaw. It was still snowing and there was this:
And the district I'm working for today is only 2 hour delay. Everyone around here is closed! Ok so we normally don't get snow. And definitely not right before Spring Break. Odd Oregon weather lol.
Which is ok, because I'm only working a 1/2 day to begin with at 11. But still! I see kids playing and it makes me think of my childhood when we had snow days. And how the older kids pulled the younger kids on sleds around the block. Or how we'd go to one yard and build a fort and then have a snowball fight and the adults would join in. Or how one neighbor invited us all over to his yard because he didn't have a fence (one side of the street has sloped yards, including ours) and we'd sled in his back yard, down the slope but stop before reaching the street below. And how one silly neighbor sprayed all of our sleds with Pledge and we FLEW!
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Here's to hoping you see a blog post from me tomorrow lol. I'll let you know how I survive the class with a reputation (did I mention they threw food at one of their last subs? That so better not happen!)
I'll leave you with a photo of my fur baby who is enthralled with the snow. She was watching it fall yesterday and is looking at it now.