It snowed during the night - not a lot but enough to give a light blanket. I still get excited at the sight of it and the best thing for me is if you are the first to walk on it, apart from little night creatures who visit the garden.
The smell is lovely isn't it, and not quite so piercingly cold as it was yesterday. Took a dose of Fostair, wrapped up warm and we were out for 7 o clock and had great walk, ours were the only footprints. Lots for the dog to sniff at and we never saw another soul for an hour. On our way home I saw a young man dressed only in T shirt and trousers leaning against the post office/cum newsagent window. I asked him if he was ok and he swayed happily, eyes closed, obviously still in the dream land he'd come from. He said he was waiting for a taxi so I suggested he go inside the shop to wait. Spoke to the chap in the shop who said he had rung for a taxi for him half an hour previously and he could not persuade him inside. I hope his taxi turned up and got him home safely.
My breathing is very good today, and I'm going to make leek, onion and potato soup for my dinner. Then I hope to finish the Birthday card I am making for my Daughter so she gets this one in time for her Birthday!
I hope your breathing is good today, are all warm and cosy, and looking forward to your dinner too.
Snow melting fast. This is an old pic of when I lived in Ironbridge in the 1960's - my Daughter and our then dog up on the wall. We used to get some good snowy winters in Shropshire.