I went riding at noon-ish, the snow had already collected quite a bit by then. (Some of the horses don't like the snow falling off the roof, but I managed to have a ride with very few spooks. I guess I just got lucky.) Then when we got home, my mom took my brother to an empty parking-lot to learn how to drive in the snow, which must have been... interesting, to say the least. I always say that I never want to learn how to drive, or drive, and that opinion still stands.
I only really like snow if it brings days off from school, but I have to say that there is something magical to all the trees and houses covered in white. It's almost like a cleansing to make the world pure after all the dirt it accumulates.
|The view from my window: Snow covered bushes, trees, cars, houses, telephone poles, you name it. I love how the red in the leaves, car, and wreath on the door, pop in the snow.|
I especially love the sky when it snows, it's such a pretty off-white.
We'll have a white-Thanksgiving this year, which is not unusual for my area. Snow only adds to the festive mood with family, especially when you're all having a lovely meal together or bundling up together in front of a fire.
Happy Thanksgiving & stay warm!