On Sunday, a third nor'easter made it's way up the eastern seaboard and blew through the Atlantic provinces dropping 1' - 2' of snow. In some places the snow turned to rain which was followed by a flash freeze resulting in serious flooding in some areas because of the storm drains being covered with snow. We were "lucky" enough to get a mere 18" of snow.
Because of the storm, I had to cancel my doctor's appointment yesterday because we couldn't get out. It took almost two days before our road was plowed. Thank goodness for neighbors with tractors or we might have been housebound until July!
The snowbanks on the side of the road are over 6' high!
And while Frankie and Ollie were chilling by the fire this morning...
I continued to work on the blocks for my version of Leanne Beasley's Down in the Garden quilt.
Only one more to go after this next one.
Then I can start to cut and piece the patchwork blocks...as soon as I'm given the go ahead that I'm able to climb the stairs to my studio. I can't believe that it's been almost two months since I've been up there and boy do I miss it!
My "to do" list keeps on growing, probably because I've had so much free time on my hands and as a result, have spent too much time surfing and shopping on the internet!
Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your day.