When Mother Nature drop kicks your plans into next week

"Yes indeed, it's a lonely pinecone." (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.  We're currently at 30 inches of snow.

"Yes indeed, it's a lonely pinecone." (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.  We're currently at 30 inches of snow.

Yes, this was supposed to be Part 2 of "Your First Exhibition".  (You can read Part 1 here.)

However...as most of you know, we got hit by THE BLIZZARD of 2016.  

What would have been in-depth typing and editing of the final draft, turned into repeated snow-dig-outs.   

So, while I'm still digging out you can look at the snow pictures.  If you live in the MId-Atlantic/East Coast, you can commiserate.

If you live elsewhere, you can sit back with your coffee and prop your feet up...all the while thinking to yourself, "Man, I sure am glad I don't live there."

"Snow Squirrel" (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.  The Hubster takes care of the birds and squirrels.  This fellow is coming out for the peanuts.

"Snow Squirrel" (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.  The Hubster takes care of the birds and squirrels.  This fellow is coming out for the peanuts.

I love how the snow has drifted along the edges of the roof on the shed. (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.

I love how the snow has drifted along the edges of the roof on the shed. (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.

At his shoulders, Jack stands 29 inches. (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.

At his shoulders, Jack stands 29 inches. (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD.

And.....it's still coming down! (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD

And.....it's still coming down! (c) Rebecca LaChance, 2016, Thurmont, MD