When I came home from school today, Elaine and I checked the forecast and decided to prepare for snow on Saturday. I cleaned the henhouse while Elaine supervised our five Rhode Island Reds as they browsed their way through the yard. Our birds don't like snow and we decided they needed some "greens" in their diet to tide them over.
After the henhouse received fresh straw and our birds had their evening out, we then spread lime on our garden, our fruit trees, and the food plot back in the woods. We figured the snowfall would facilitate the soil's absorption of the lime. I also brought some more wood into the garage.
We then planned our Saturday activities since we would likely be shut in most of the day. Tomorrow, Elaine is going to sew, cook up some homemade applesauce and bake a wineberry cobbler. I am going to start up the wood stove Saturday morning and spend the morning writing. Saturday afternoon, I will watch my beloved North Carolina Tarheels. Then Saturday evening, we will play Scrabble and listen to Prairie Home Companion.
Let it snow, we don't care.