OK, today’s snowfall reminded me that I had some snow photos from December to share. First, there’s this photo of the mountain I conqured.
This June is cold, but don’t take my word for it.
I just saw a bunch of tiny snow flakes blowing around outside my office window (on the 14th floor) a few minutes ago. They probably didn’t even make it to the ground, but they sure looked cool flurrying around in the partial sunlight.
So I heard Wednesday afternoon about a “blizzard warning” for the Cascade mountains and saw snow level of 1000 feet and thought, “That’s nice. Too bad I won’t see any at my house.” Well by morning the snow level dropped to 300 feet and voila–there was snow. Here’s a shot I took yesterday morning before it started warming up.
I knew Josiah would be excited so I delayed going in to work. When he woke up I took him to the window and he said, “Hey, snow!” After about a minute of him listing off all the things that had snow on them, he said, “I need my boots! I need my hat! I need my jammies off!” Unfortunately, I had to go to work, but he got to go out with his mommy. They built a snow man, a “Snow Mommy“, and a “Snow Josiah.“