YES! Its finally Friday! However, like a lot of people here in town and surrounding areas, I had to go to work. Today, total, in the whole daycare, including Kyndall, there were 27 kids signed in. By the time Kyndall and I got there though, there were only 24. Yes, 3 kids left between the time we opened to the time I got there at 11:40 this morning.
Why so few children you ask? Well because you remember the snow I talked about yesterday? Well, it didn't stop. It just kept going and going and going.
Here are a few pictures from today:
This one was taken of the tree across the street from our house at about 6:15 this morning. Why was I awake at that time? Well, let me tell you. Kyndall woke up at 4:45 this morning and refused to go back to sleep. Until about 6 that is. And by that time, Chad and I were so awake that we couldn't go back to sleep, so we decided to take some snow pictures before Kyndall woke up again(at 7 I might add).
OK, so don't laugh at my pathetic attempt at a snowman. I live in Texas. I had no clue what I was doing. I had a good base, but the snow wouldn't pack well enough to get the next two layers so they got pretty small and unproportinal to the base. His eyes are Hershey Kisses and his nose is half a Kit Kat. HA! Kyndall wasn't so sure about him!
Look! Almost 7 inches of snow in our front yard! This was around 7:45 this morning. When I measured it last night before we went to bed(around 10:45/11) it was only 3 inches. Now 7 inches may not seem like a lot for you people in the north, but to us Texans, 7 inches is A LOT!
Now, this next picture has nothing to do with snow or the lack of a snow day for me, but we got a package today from my secret pal!
We got some cute Valentine's socks, bows and clips, an adorable popscicle dress, a Valentine's shirt(which Kyndall will probably wear on Monday to her Valentine's party since it was postponed due to so few children), a plate, and some silverware.