We don't get snow very often in Cornwall, it is because we have a 'maritime' climate, if I can remember my geography lessons correctly. We do sometimes have snow on the high ground like Bodmin Moor. Today I was at my basket making course which just happened to be on higher ground and it snowed! Of course I got all excited, then thought I had better get home in case I got stuck. Thankfully I stopped to take some photos because by the time I had driven a mile there was no sign of snow at all. As I drove though town with my snow covered car I felt like an explorer returning from some far land. People were stopping to look at me, you could imagine them thinking 'where the heck has she come from'. I have loved looking at all your photos of the snow, and I am thrilled to have some of my own. O.K. it isn't a lot but it may well be all we get. Sadly it doesn't look like I will be snowed in tomorrow and forced to have a duvet day.
We have had a busy weekend looking after the grandchildren. On Saturday we took them to see Paddington which was enjoyed by both children and adults. It is funny how young children, who don't yet know the etiquette of cinema going, talk excitedly about what is happening on the screen....very loudly.
Today I started a new basket, this time an oval which is a little more complicated to start. I really enjoy the rhythm of basket making, and lose myself in the process.
The first daffodil has come into flower in my garden, I always love seeing the beautiful yellow splashes of colour with their promise of spring.
Welcome to new followers Kay, Irene, Penny and Leisha :)