Sunday, January 5, 2014

Another Lucy Boston Block and Lots of Snow

We are in the midst of a record snowfall here.  The weather service says that we haven't had this much snow since 1978.  That would be when we had the big blizzard.  It has snowed an average of 1 inch an hour all day, and we have about 10 inches on the ground plus the 6 we got last Thursday. It was a good day to stay inside and sew today.   This is my newest Lucy Boston block.  These blocks are fun and really addictive.  

I was probably the only one outside taking photos in the snow today, and I'm sure I was the only one out in the snow taking photos of a quilt block.  By the time I took the first photo and cleared the lens and view finder off of my camera, the block was beginning to be covered in snow.  

This is the little crab apple tree right outside our garage.

This is the woods in our back yard.

This woods is to the south of our back yard.

This photo is looking toward the neighbors.  It was just beautiful out there today.  Now having said that, my photos are only taken about 2 steps away from a door because I tried to venture out in the back and almost fell.  It is really hard to walk when it is so deep.  

 The winds are to pick up tonight, and the temperatures are going to fall.  Most things are closed around here tomorrow, and our county is under a travel advisory.  I'm planning to stay in and do more sewing tonight and tomorrow.

Hope you are cozy and warm and finding some time to stitch!

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