Monday, March 2, 2009

Snow Day!

If you know anyone who lives in North Georgia, then you likely know that it snowed here yesterday. A lot.
We left church in the midst of flakes as large and heavy as wet goose feathers. It was so beautiful, so peaceful, and so likely to send Atlanta drivers into complete panic.

We made it home safely, and spent the afternoon napping and staring out the window in fascination. Jackson and Matt made an awesome snowman, though I'm taking complete credit for the eyes, made on the lids from Cooper's soymilk and some sharpie magic. Jackson's named him "Mr. Carrot Nose."

Today, we woke to a neighborhood-wide power outage and canceled schools. We've been improvising on our morning routine, and taking things slowly.

Here's to a break in routine and the unexpected taking charge. It's a good time to let go and see what happens next...

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