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Snow Day #492

Ok, maybe that is an exaggeration. It doesn't feel far off, though!

We had a pretty exciting snow day at our house! This morning when checking my email I got a message that my book was live and on sale on Amazon! I had thought this was going to happen on Thursday so needless to say I was super excited to find out that it had happened earlier than anticipated. If you would like to order you can find it on Amazon by clicking on the link below. If you do order we would love to have you leave a review on Amazon after you read it!

On to the rest of our snow day...

Grace's breeding heifer for this year.

This morning we made sure all of the animals were tucked in and happy.

I love this pig! What do you think she is thinking? Any caption ideas?

The girls made several batches of slime, made their own lunch in the air fryer (they were hungry and I was working on scheduling author visits), and played with Grace's new cat. Thank you, air fryer, for making lunch easy.

This evening we ventured back out to check on everyone again.

Baby Mouse is doing great!

My chore helper did a lot more playing than helping, but she is pretty cute so I let her get by with it. 😉

What did you do on your snow day? Be honest, do you let your kids make slime? We had a ban for a long time, but now they are back to doing it again. How much snow did you get at your house?

12 thoughts on “Snow Day #492

  1. Kim G

    Congratulations on your book!

    I don't have kids so no fun snow day for me, but when I'm snowed in on a non-work day I normally enjoy Netflix 🙂

  2. Jenny Albertson

    We don't get snow days here unless it snows close to two feet. I don't think I ever had a snow day growing up even when it did snow that much haha. Slime is a big no at our house. It's too big of a mess for me to let my kids do that haha.

    1. admin

      Oh my goodness, that is crazy! Yesterday visibility was the big problem here. I hear you with the slime. UGH.

  3. Jenn

    I love Baby Mouse and that pig. I desperately need a pig and a goat.

    No snow days here. The closest we have are hurricane days, but usually, when we are closed for hurricanes, we spend the day of the storm "hunkering down" and hoping not to lose power and water, and then the remaining days off are spent in service to the community: clearing branches and debris, cooking and sharing food, bringing treats to the linesmen and first responders, etc.

    1. admin

      Hurricane days-would have never even thought about that! My husband works for a power company, so I understand how appreciative they are when people bring treats for them, etc. We had lineman out when it was -60 windchill because the lines were going down.


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