When Jason came into the bedroom this morning to kiss me goodbye before leaving for work, he asked if I had to go anywhere. Well, the gym of course. Unfortunately, he told me it would be better if I stayed home for the day because we were supposed to get a lot of snow.
Winter Storm Leon made its presence know today in the tri-cities area.
When I walked downstairs to start my lunch, I figured yep, it would be better if I stayed home for the day. The snow was not going to let up at all.
Jason took my car to work on Saturday because he had a flat tire. He couldn’t make it up the driveway in my car, due to the hill that pretty much goes straight up when he got home later that night.
After he made it through the front door, warmed up a little, the both of us walked down the driveway to my car to move it, just in case one of our neighbors came home. So since we were there, Jason tried one last time to get my car to the top of the hill.
I have to say just sitting in the passenger seat spooked me enough to stay home on days like today.
So my car sat at the end of the driveway that night and poor Jason had to walk through the snow down the driveway the next morning to get to the car.
After I spent all morning and pretty much all afternoon in my office looking out the window, I decided to go outside once I completed all of my work.
Throughout the day I would catch the cats sitting on the back of the couch looking out the window. Every once in a while both of them perked up as their heads tracked down whatever was outside. Sure enough it was a pair of robins playing around in the branches. I tried multiple times to get a picture as it sat perched on the branch. Unfortunately this was the best I could do.
I don’t know what it is about the fences around the driveway, but I love taking pictures of the top and the bottom when there is snow. I guess it’s because of the white back drop between the posts and the snow that gathers between.
I always try to find new things around our home to photograph, but there are a few things that I have to capture every time I walk out doors.
Yep, I’m enjoying our first true snow day.
It’s after 7 p.m. and the snow is still falling. This is my first all day snow since I was a little girl.
When Jason came home from work this afternoon, we both sat on the couch with our faces close to the window, butt in the air,staring out the window like two little kids. It’s beautiful when the big snowflakes fall.
The next six pictures are my favorite from today. Yep, you guessed it, snow on the trees. Beautiful!
As I was standing outside taking pictures of the trees, snowflakes started hitting my eyelashes, which of course made me giggle. I had another snow moment for the day. Jason’s coat was covered in snow by the time I walked back indoors and I was frozen. Although the snow is gorgeous, I’m not a big fan of the teens, it’s just way too cold.
After relaxing for a little bit after Jason got home, we left and headed to the grocery store. All in all the streets in Kingsport were not bad. We noticed a good amount of people out walking around taking the new white scenery in.
It’s something to see, 3 1/2 to 4 inches of snow.
The best part about our trip to the store was the drive back. Once we turned on our street, Jason turned on his bright lights and the snowflakes came to life, all different sizes, as they hit the windshield. We both looked at each other and smiled.
Since Jason has tomorrow off, we too will be heading out and hitting a couple of our favorite spots around town, so I can take some more pictures.