Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Song-osity: Snowy Day

Just a day...
Just an ordinary [snowy] day...

24.4 inches of snow. 6th biggest blizzard in Boston. 29 inches in my neighborhood. Snow falling for 30+ hours.

We Bostonians are hardy folk, but when they compare the incoming storm to the Blizzard of '78 you listen and prepare!

School closed 2 hours early on Monday as the flakes began to fly. By nightfall, there was a few inches on the ground and a snow day called for Tuesday (naturally since there was a travel ban!).

Waking up Tuesday to a sea of white, on the ground and in the air, was pretty amazing. The snow just kept falling and piling up. Inside though, a cozy morning with coffee, puzzles, pajamas, netflix all while the snow swirled and fell.

Finally I ventured out; it is pretty amazing to see your city empty, aside from the 2 feet of snow. Eventually they just run out of places to pile the snow...

Wednesday was a snow day too, as the clean up began. Another snowy day filled with more netflix being binged, and I attempted to re-plan my lesson plans. I wanted my snow days and I got two, and there is lots of winter left - in fact, we got another 16 inches yesterday and had another snow day and another one today!

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28 thoughts on the matter:

Nicki said... {Reply}

Not there too? lol! Every time we have a big snow here my husband throws-back to the blizzard of '78. Oy! Love the time lapse images on the rod iron fence.

Rebecca said... {Reply}

You guys are getting walloped. THe snow at the door picture really tells the story.

Yogi♪♪♪ said... {Reply}

Wow, lots of snow. We have had just a total of less than an inch so far this winter which suits me just fine. Coffee, jigsaw puzzles, and Netflix are perfect for snow days.

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

oh wow, you have so much snow! hope your keeping nice and warm, lovely pictures :)

Anonymous said... {Reply}

I was thinking of you and wondering how you were holding up. Love the snow on the fence! :)

ImagesByCW | C. Willison said... {Reply}

Well, I guess snowy is ordinary where you are. I still find it extraordinary (and don't like it)

Linda Kay said... {Reply}

The snow looks lovely on my computer screen, but I sure am glad to not be where you are today! It's been a long time since I've been in the snow country, and I have to say I'm not missing it at all. Good luck, and be safe and warm.

Kim Stevens said... {Reply}

So crazy...we were planning a trip to N.C and PA in March and I'm seriously wondering if we should cancel...we were going to drive.

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

This is not ordinary! Lol. This is amazing! I want to walk in it just to experience how deep it really is. These are awesome snow days. It really seems lovely.

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

wow that you got another 16 inches on top of what was already there!!

Leovi Leovi said... {Reply}

Undoubtedly, great photos, it seems pretty with this big snow!

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Love the street scenes - and the snow on the wrought iron. It's insane - but kinda fun too! To have had two snow days from work in two weeks is a first for us!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

That's just too much for me. I'm glad the heavy stuff missed us. I love your photos, especially the street view! It's magical. What are you bingeing on in Netflix?

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Love that snowy fence. That's just way too much snow though.

Sharon said... {Reply}

Wow! Your before -- during -- after photos show perfectly how the snow piled up. I love the sound of your morning with coffee and pjs and puzzles. Stay safe and warm!

Amy Franks said... {Reply}

beautiful photos! wish we got snow here

Cathy Kennedy said... {Reply}

I love to see the deep, deep snow in someone else's yard or in this case photos. lol We don't get some much in the way of snow here in the Tennessee Valley, but the Smoky's get its share of white in the upper elevations. This looks like a picture perfect day to stay indoors where it's snugly warm.

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Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

The kids are jealous that you got so much snow! Of course, they don't know the less fun aspect of having snow...

Brooke Neal said... {Reply}

You are going to be like my children's last school district, making up a full week of school in May.

Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

You are certainly getting all our winter this year. It's been crazy mild - looking at spring like showers all week - winter was pretty much non-existent except for the cold. Won't be long - all that will be gone & we will be talking heat. Sounds like you had some good snow days packed with coziness.

Kathy McB said... {Reply}

Just a day, just a snowy day! YIKES you got nailed! Thanks for linking up to Song-ography.

Mari said... {Reply}

Best time to ramble and have fun after a heavy snowfall. Beautiful.

Molly said... {Reply}

Oh wow that is a whole lot of snow


Linda W. said... {Reply}

Love all that snow! Wish you could send some our way. Here in Oregon, our mountains are severely lacking the white stuff. For a skier like me, that's bad news. Thanks for stopping by my blog. :)

Ida said... {Reply}

I think I'll keep our rain!
It sure is snowy there for sure. Can't believe you ventured out in it. I'd stay inside reading, watching TV, baking or taking a nice nap.

barbara said... {Reply}

That's a lot of snow!! Love the black and white picture!

Melissa Rich said... {Reply}

Holy moly that's a lot of snow! So beautiful!

CountryMouse said... {Reply}

What a lot of snow. It looks like a nice day for hot drinks, movies, puzzles and reading.