This was the view from my car as I waited to make a left turn late this afternoon:
If I had not been following the weather forecast for the past three days, it would not have occurred to me that come tomorrow, this same intersection will probably be covered with snow that has fallen onto a base of ice.
Over the next forty-eight hours we are expecting a fully panoply of cold weather precipitation: sleet, snow, more sleet, rain, and the dreaded “freezing rain” which turns any surface it touches into ice.
As a result, I have spent most of the past two days preparing to stay in the house until things begin to thaw on Sunday, and after I made sure that we had dog food, cat food, coffee, half-and-half, and any other essentials we might need to get through the next couple of days, I got to work on the boho hearts that I unearthed in my office and which have captured my attention.
I started by completing the second round of the remaining boho heart centers:
Then, anxious to feel I had gotten something “done,” I set to work completing the third round of a handful of hearts that already had their second round crocheted and ends woven in:
I don’t yet know how accurate the weather forecast is, but I can safely predict that this weekend there is a 100% chance I will spend most of my time crocheting.