Today, our flights were re-scheduled for the fifth time in a week — pushing us out to ten additional days in Michigan! It’s wicked wild (as a Bostonian might say) how far the ripple-effect of cancelled flights and serial bad weather can reach.
So it’s time for more self-soothing photography!
Playing with reflections on the dining room windows a couple of nights ago brought out some interesting visuals.
The family Christmas tree, mirrored in the glass against the falling snow.
A neighbor’s out-door lights as seen across the church parking lot, drifted with snow.
The “brisk” temperatures of the Polar Votex brought in some gorgeous frost on my parents’ windowpanes. This was yesterday’s patterning on our bedroom window.
This morning, a strange globe of light appeared in the sky for a short portion of the morning. We took the opportunity to go out on a few needed errands: emergency prescription refills at Model Drug pharmacy, emergency coffee at lemonjello’s, emergency trip to Herrick District Library for books.
Shoveling has become a bit daunting.
We’ve been so grateful for lemonjello’s caffeination and gluten-free muffins!
The fierce wind and cold temperatures have conspired to create some fascinating snow sculptures along the eves of many buildings.
When I got off the phone with United this afternoon, first I spent a few moments pounding my fists on the floor in frustration. Then Hanna and I decided an emergency trip to the library was in order.
Because where do two snowbound librarians find peace, except in the stacks?
I like the way the children’s room decorates …
… and, perhaps more importantly, attends to the nutritional needs of its young readers!
On our walk home, Hanna snapped a few wintery pictures as the snow, once again, began to fall.
This has been another update from the Clutterbuck-Cook family adventure of January 2014! We hope all of you continue to be well.
Whoa! I hope you make it home soon!
Thanks, Fannie! It's been more of an adventure than we bargained for, that's certain!