Your life can change in a matter of minutes.
I spent Seattle’s Snowmageddon ( it doesn’t matter WHERE you live in Washington state, the entire state is called ” Seattle ” in case you haven’t noticed ) reading some great books, I watched a couple of good movies like The Velvet Buzzsaw which was is RESPLENDANT and the BEST horror Film I have seen in over two years:
Besides doing those fun things I ate pizza and burritos and lived in my favorite Halloween fleece pants and sweatshirts because WHY NOT.
I happen to think that wearing Halloween winter wear is fun too.
Did I create snow art to commemorate Seattle’s Snowmageddon?
Did I build artistic, clever and humorous snowmen that ended up on the news and the internet?
I suck at art, but I did take some pictures that I liked but technically they suck too.
Anyway, here they are:
My lavender plant that looked like a severed head.
This is my Jade plant.
It was mocking the plants outside.
Ha. Ha. Ha.
I call this the Screaming Tree.
Not sure why. I think it’s because the branches look like veins and the snow looks like skin that’s been peeled back from over the veins and if that happened to me, I’d be screaming.
My dog Hamish Macbeth.
He liked the snow and the cold and running around on ice.
He hates swimming and getting his face wet when it rains.
I think my Chocolate Lab was a Husky in another life.
But the best part of the snow storm was how much it drove my Sun worshipping friends out of their Sun drenched brains. Seriously, if I have to hear about Spring or Summer one more time I am whipping out the black candles and- whoops.
Did I say that out loud?
Anyway, the worst of the storm is over and I suppose that I will find other excuses to have fun and eat burritos and pizza.
But I will miss the snow.
It gave me an excuse to enjoy life a little.