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, I would not have occurred to me that come tomorrow, this same intersection will probably be covered with snow that has fallen on 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.