It's been a bit cold and snowy lately. I like winter, and I'm not inclined to consider -30° wind chill to be some kind of unusual natural disaster, but it can be inconvenient.
A few days ago, while I was 30 miles away at work, it started to snow. It was coming down pretty enthusiastically, and by the time I was heading home at 10:30, the roads were a bit of a mess.
That's a state highway through the middle of the biggest metropolis in DeKalb County.
A few days later, the roads weren't much better. The wind had dried out the snow a little, and it was blowing around so much the road between towns was invisible at times under a sheet of drifting whiteness skimming a few inches above the ground. That, or it was churned to slushy guck in
A different state highway in the same major metropolis
On a different note . . .sosoclever
is making supper right now. I helped a little, cutting up the butternut squash. Of course, I did what anybody else would do in that situation . . .
I carved a face in it . . .
turned off the lights, and ran around the house with a flashlight stuck inside it!