The photo is from a storm a week or two ago. We've had several 'storms' but nothing overwhelming, six inches was probably the max we've gotten at any one time. It's been a good winter for sweater-wearing, except that parts of my school are either underheated or, mostly, overheated, so I'm constantly adjusting my layers to the indoor climate.
Here's a layer that will soon be added to the winter wardrobe; just a sleeve and bottom ribbing to go.
Julianna made with Berroco 'Jasper'
We are still a two-cat family. Scrawny one-eared Cow is hanging in there, after his second surgery in December. There is a tumor growing near the surgery site, but it doesn't seem to bother him. He spends much of the day sleeping on a heap of blankets by the radiator, when he's not eating or snuggling with Kate. We stopped giving him subcutaneous fluids as he is eating and drinking and happy and apparently pain-free, so why subject him to that hated task? He's not at his prettiest, so sorry, no photos.
Tuffy, on the other hand, has gained a pound for every month he's lived with us. The vet will not be pleased at his next appointment! He eats like a pig, but for someone who used to live on the tossed out leftovers of others, he's developed into a picky eater.
Kate and I are miffed because he does not care for us females- me, who sustained him in his homeless state over a long hard winter! Usually when I pat him, he actually recoils with a disgusted look on his face, unless I'm holding a food bag. On the other hand, he adores my husband and son, following them around the house, jumping in their laps and purring, etc. That's gratitude for you.
He's never met a box he didn't like, whether he can fit in it or not.