The school district cancelled events (on Friday afternoon) for over the weekend in prep for the big storm. We were out on Saturday and it wasn't that bad, but I get it. The two younger kids got a snow day yesterday, which was totally unnecessary. The public schools were open - the older two were so happy to head out into the cold and crusted roads - and there was much ranting and gnashing of teeth on social media about schools being open. People. . .heard of hats and coats? Boots and mittens? It's Colorado. It's winter. We get snow from time-to-time. Sometimes we get a lot. Sometimes not so much.
Saturday I did hunker down. I did some paperwork and made good progress. Sunday we had a family dinner to attend. I seem to have spent several hundred pages cuddled up with Jamie and Claire, which was more than I was planning. I had a list in my head and a timer to go with it, "I'm gonna read until 12:30 and then go do x,y,z." But I'd get to 12:30 and then hit the proverbial "snooze" because I wanted to "just get to the end of this chapter." So, yeah. . .
I had hoped to wander down to my studio. I thought about it. I actually was down there cleaning up a bit in case we had company. I wish I could say I did this. I could have done this . . .
but Nancy Longo did this one using the February Smaller kit.
I had the thought. I had the motivation with my PageMaps class sketches. I just couldn't seem to coordinate the two.