Narnia came to visit as I plunged into our doodling fun.
I am still doodling, and hope you are too.
But, let's take a little detour with some snow photos, k?
Sooo much snow swept in.
Day long snow.
Mid day snow.
All in Southern Arizona.
Granted, I live up in the mountains a little.
So that helps.
We spent so much time out there in it.
Forgive my endless photos, but I want my mom and dad to be able to peek in and see them too.
This was oodles of snow for us.
At least 3 inches.
Deeper in some spots.
We usually get February snow, but mostly at night, and like I said, gone by late morning the next day.
But all day snow?
That's a treat indeed.
I know some of you get snow all the time.
You probably are in snow now even.
But this sort of heavy snow is just amazing here.
Those quiet moments.
Listening to the silence.
That's my favorite thing.
Ocean blue sky.
Powdered sugar branches.
Matty has been sick, but I let him go out and play just a little.
However, Miles spent two days out in the white stuff.
Happy as can be.
He acts like he comes from the snow country or something.
It felt like walking through a storybook...
All those fairy tales swirling about.
I almost expected Mister Tumnus to scamper by, I tell you.
Silly, but true.
Snow man making is hard.
Mister Lovee, coming from snow lands was great at it, but his snow woman was sort of creepy.
A huge snow woman, all hunched in the snow.
So this morning, I made my own.
Here she is...
Miles kept sniffing her.
I think he wanted her carrot nose :)
The gypsy camp, all tucked under the snow heavy trees.
So many pictures I took.
It took me hours to decide what to share.
I took videos too.
I have not looked at them yet.
Can't wait to.
Below is a shot of out back, by the enclosed vegetable gardens.
Then, looking into the larger vegetable garden.
So fluffy and white.
The cottage was extra sweet covered in snow.
Snow just makes everything prettier I think.
How funny is that?
Plus, 2 Cinderellas.
No wheeled rides today.
Just hiding out in there, with my dandy little heater.
Watching everything get covered.
It was wonderful.
We played, and laughed, and made snow angels.
It didn't even feel that cold really.
Up and down the path in Fanciful, Arizona.
Now, as I look out my window, it's almost all gone.
Just my kind of snow.
Two days of fun, and then, adios.
I doodled a lot last night and this morning.
Doodling day #2, on it's way soon.
Any snow in your neck of the woods?