|A dusting. Pretty and all the snow I want this year,|
unless I get a snow day!
Snow days off are good for the soul. Snow days are magic; they allow you to suspend the "musts" and "have to's" of normal days and give you the gift of time. As luck would have it, I am actually off today, a regular day off, and the weather pundits are predicting a few inchs of snows at best. While it won't be a real snow day, I can pretend. I actually sat at my kitchen counter last evening with a mug of tea, trying to decide just how to spend my "Snow Day". Since I have the option to stay off the road, do I stay in and do niggling chores, or do I make a pot of tea and hunker down on the sofa with the dog, the cat and a good read? Or do I have a kitchen play day? Or some of each?
Right now I'm leaning toward some of each. I'd like to pack a few boxes of stuff for charity, make new batches of creme fraiche and kimchi since both are running frightening low, and get together a couple of dinners for the work week ahead. And then settle in with my copy of Modernist Cuisine at Home so I can plan some new projects for a real snow day. What do you like to do with your snow days?