God bless weathermen;they simply hardly ever get it right!
"A dusting," they promised. An inch or two if we're lucky.
I think we hit the jackpot...8 inches worth! It began hours earlier than forecast.
A lovely gentle snow that simply fell, and fell and then fell some more.
I happily puttered inside the art studio, doing some decluttering and working on something due next week. I'm in the mood to rearrange, and to make it work, a shelving unit has to go. I'm paring down to what I really
love and use; it feels right and seeing it all unearthed got the creative juices stirring.
A gorgeous blue sky - the one you see in the photo above - greeted us this morning. We headed off to Anthropologie, one of my favorite spots to go gather ideas, since I had a birthday cupon to use.
I'm not quite sure how so many people get pictures of all the fabulous displays inside since our local store has a firm no picture policy. I was able to snag this one outside, although it proved difficult. The windows glistened in the sun, acting like mirrors, so you can see not only me, but someof the buildings across the street.
But, don't you love the colors? Between Crate and Barrel and Anthropolgie, I'm in the mood for spring and color. (Not that I'm ever in the mood not for color!) The flowers in the window began as plastic water bottles; this store never ceases to amaze me with its displays. I happily wandered for a good while, snagged a few deals, and then, we headed off for lunch here.
We'd spotted it on New Year's Day, and it captivated Phil completely. Called "Build a Custom Burger" it appealed to his heart. It definitely had an industrial feel to it, and I giggled when I realized that everyone at the bar was dressed in gray and black to match the decor. The burgers tasted wonderful, and there's been no need for dinner.
We have a two hour delay tomorrow, but I'll go in early to get my plans and such done. I'd much rather be home and puttering!