Friday, November 14, 2008
It didn't amount to much, but as they called it on the news; it was the first "measurable snow fall" of the season! Being native Californians having lived in a non-snowy region, makes any snow experience here fantastic! The kids are counting down until they can sled down the new sledding hill, make snow angels and snow balls...until then, we will just appreciate our 10th of an inch of snow! hee hee Yesterday it was 65 degrees and we had high "Chinook winds." The chair pads all blew over, the BBQ is in the bushes, and my cute Thanksgiving flag is long gone...we need to be careful that our little Chihuahuas don't blow away!
Later this afternoon I will host our 3rd "Enrichment Friday" class! We'll be making Thanksgiving crafts and a beautiful floral cornucopia for each child to take home. I have been busy sorting and cutting flowers, (thank you to my hubby who spent hours with wire cutters and fall flowers trimming leaves for us!) This morning I found the cat right in the middle of all the activity...poor thing is an inside cat and laying in flowers is as close to a jungle experience as he will ever get!
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