In Michigan we have good imaginations when it comes to winter turning into spring.
Yesterday and today we're having high temperatures in the lower 40s (about 5 C) and it's feeling balmy.
At night, everything freezes solid again. This picture of Pappy walking on top of the snowy crust was taken early this morning.
For the past few weeks the snow has had a nasty crust. The two little dogs could walk on top of it as long as they kept their weight distributed on all four legs. The second they would squat (Do I have to say why they're squatting?) the crust would break and little legs and butts sink down into the snow. Even lifting one leg to pee would send them through the crust and off balance into the snow.
After the mini-thaw yesterday and the re-freeze last night, the crust is finally thick enough to support them through all their bodily functions.
I take many pictures of Glory, our black lab mix, and end up deleting them because it's hard to get a good picture of a solid black dog.
This morning on our walk I was able to get a good shot of her against the snow.
There are a few knitting related things going on. Two out of three of my yarn shipments are here. When the third one arrives I'll take a picture.
Meanwhile, Granddaughter Kimmy is coming this weekend. I'm picking her up after school this afternoon.
We will eat at McDonald's, go see a movie, make some turtle bars, play UNO, yak with each other, and whatever else we decide to do. It's been a while since we've been together and I'm looking forward to having her energy around for a few days.
She's getting the Sweet Valentine socks for Valentine's Day. I stopped at the post office and mailed them to her yesterday. She loves getting mail and I love making my granddaughter happy.