Saturday, December 29, 2012
This is what December in central Indiana is supposed to look like: blanketed in white, perfect snow. We sure got it this week!
In the last four days, two storms have dropped a total of about 12 inches of snow on my neighborhood. The first consisted of heavy, thick snow that the family across the street used to make an impressive igloo/fort. The second fell last night in big, fluffy, light flakes that settled gently on everything, with no wind to disturb it.
Not long after daybreak this morning, I took my camera out for a little trip around the yard. Few people were stirring, and the snow plows hadn't come through yet—so the neighborhood was beautiful, still, and the muffled quiet that we only experience with the insulation of snow.
A perfect winter wonderland!
Come January 2, though, I'll be ready for it to be 75°F and sunny again!