As you can see, well you can't see really, our car that has the snow tires on it (Our Ontario Car) is parked on our driveway, I think. At least, I think we have a driveway. Last time I saw it on Saturday, we had a driveway.
Here in London, Ontario, we have what is called "lake effect" snow from time to time. Usually it hits about 30 miles east of us at Woodstock, and it did there too. But, we have about 3 feet of it and London is officially closed for business for the day, actually about the second day in a row. Port Huron, Michigan, and Sarnia, Ontario were reported last night to have had a "trace" of snow.
Well, there was a driveway there a few days ago. In fact, last night it was plowed by our snow plowing friend.
But, it is beautiful looking out our back window at the park beyond our fence.
So, My Dear Wife and I are hunkered down (without milk - oh the sacrifices we must make). She is playing Christmas music, this being her favourite musical time of the year. Another sacrifice is that we loaned our Christmas movies (all 15 of them) to two of our daughters last night, who braved the elements to come and check up on us.
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Advent in preparation for Christmas.
But, in three weeks, My Dear Wife and I will be on the road, if we can find it, heading to a warmer (snow free) winter in Tucson Arizona.
The scene outside our windows is gorgeous, and I really do like it, and it will be nice for us that we only get to enjoy it for one month, instead of five.
Currier and Ives have nothing on us today.