We continue to live in a world of snow and ice! The thick layer of ice on top of the snow looks rather like fondant on a cake -- rounded and smooth over every surface. I took some pictures to try to show the glossy layer of ice...
This picture didn't turn out well, but you can see the night-time reflection of the street light on the ice of our front yard.
David was in need of a playmate today and Abigail was not feeling up to playing outside, so I bundled up and went out with him. We went sledding, traipsed around the yard enjoying the crackle of the ice, and had a snowball fight in our wooded area. Someday he'll realize that it was a labor of love and not a result of any great desire on my part to get cold and snowy! :) We did enjoy the one-on-one time, though.
And in warm and tasty news, today I supervised David's first independent baking effort. He did marvelously and we are all enjoying the fruit of his efforts! He made his great-great Aunt Myrtle's Molasses Crinkle Cookies. I love to see something repeated down through the generations!