We got the first real snow of the season last night, blizzard conditions. I learned from the local weatherman that "blizzard conditions" refers to visibility and duration, not to the depth of snow received. If the visibility is under .25 of a mile for at least three hours, it is called a blizzard. We had a blizzard last night, woke up today to about 14 inches of snow and 13 degrees. The snow was light and easy to move. Happy that.
I spent an hour in the local coffee shop before church this morning, sipping fresh coffee, and sketching the variety of winter-clad people coming in for hot chocolate, coffee, and pastries after their morning shovel. There was a big rush, during which I grabbed likenesses of all kinds of people. A few minutes later (see my photo), all calm... Nice way to begin the day.
As always, thanks for looking and I love your comments.