It's quiet and peaceful and cold!!! I whopping 27F. And it's going to get colder by Thanksgiving!
Yesterday, early in the morning we had snow. We had 2.4in, they say and it made the streets very slick. I had to go out for a hair cut and almost slid through a couple of corners, even though I wasn't going very fast. By the time, I was done the streets were starting to melt a little, thank goodness.
My day didn't slow down at all. I ran to get my turkey for next week. I picked up Curtis from coffee. I headed to the hospital to get current on a lab system we use. We got Harlee from school, had an early dinner and they headed to her basket ball game for 5:30. Thankfully Curtis took her home when her mum got done work.
Not sure how I ever got everything done when I worked more.
Thursday afternoon I worked a few hours and Kirsten and Harlee picked me up from work and we headed to the high school. We watched their rendition of Hairspray. The girl that played the lead is the granddaughter of a co-worker and Kirsten also worked with her and her mum at the coffee shop. What a terrific show from kids that are only in high school. Kudos to them all. It was a wonderful production!
I have to share some photos of a tree that was out the back of our hotel in Missoula last week. It still had most of its leaves and a very interesting trunk.
And I finished up this layout of Harlee from Halloween. I made kind of a shaker card with the title. And I had to used my sewing machine, which I do very little of when I scrapbook.
MME enamel dots
October Afternoon stickers
Crate paper sequins