The dogs went out to investigate.
When I brought Indy upstairs to go out, he sure was surprised and then asked "Mom, you want to come out and play in the snow?"
After Rod headed off to work, I decided it was time to venture out and see Mother Nature's work. One of the most picturesque sites is our Red Covered Bridge. What do you think of it dressed in white?
I headed home and carried in the groceries. Let the dogs out to play in the snow before it got dark.
I turned on the oven while putting the groceries away and then started in on my baking spree.
First, I had been promising Rod that I would make a meat loaf for his lunches. Mmmm.... love meatloaf sandwiches with Miracle Whip.
And the finished results....
I am pleased, the quiches look and taste good.
Next I mixed up a batch of Oatmeal Scotchies cookies. I will bake those another day when I want to warm up the kitchen.
My tip for this week is to use Nexcare tape on the back of your rulers to help prevent slipping. This is not my idea, I have to give credit to Bonnie Hunter and students in the class I took on October 2nd.
Thanks for joining me on this winter wonderland day. Time to put on my comfy clothes and turn on Quilt Cam with Bonnie Hunter this evening.
Yours in quilting,