We haven’t had a decent snowfall since I was pregnant with E. Whilst E has seen snow, it has only ever been a few centimetres in depth and has never lasted for more than twenty-four hours.
This week I was half-hoping for a ‘snow day’, I say half-hoping as E had her school trip and I knew that she’d be heartbroken if it were to be cancelled. Sadly, the snow arrived but there simply wasn’t enough to warrant a snow-day (although much to E’s disappointment, the trip was postponed to stay on the safe side). Nevertheless, we made the most of the white stuff by taking a few pictures, making a few snow-angels and throwing the odd snowball.
What felt like a magical day to begin with became rather ordinary, as we continued with our usual routine, which was for the best as by dinner time there was barely any snow to be seen.
We are now on ‘weather watch’ as the kids are hoping to make use of their sledges. I’ve downloaded at least four weather apps, all of which tell me something different each time I check. I’m convinced that the apps nor the met-office really know what’s coming in terms of weather, it’s far easier and more accurate just to look out of the window!
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