Snow has well and truly hit Shropshire this weekend. School and my workplace are closed today but I must confess to enjoying the snow just a little bit.
It gave us a chance to go sledging but we cracked our sledge. It turns out this one is not built for 10 stone women!
We went early to the meadow by us before anyone else and the sunlight was magical. The girls can see the meadow from their three storey high bedroom window so they were itching to go from the moment they drew the curtains.
I think the garden is going to take a bashing once it all melts. The weight of the snow is probably crushing our plants as we speak.
In other blue news, this weekend has given me lots of time to make my last Christmas present; the Meg shawl which has been lounging in my Ravelry Library unmade for quite a while.
It has been fun but boy those ends were tiresome. Each circle and flower and ring and joining string - Te-di-ous!
I used a rather nice free printable to wrap it up from here.
Finally, another snow landscape because they are beautiful aren't they? We live on the top of the hill, we are so lucky to have this as our view.
Thanks for looking. Jo xxxxx