View from the porch (as far our as I intend to venture.)
On the upside, you haven't lived until you've heard a six year old waking up to snow outside the window. Excited doesn't begin to cover it. She's been asking to go outside every five minutes since her feet hit the floor. The child has no understanding of sleet and freezing rain. Looks like we may have to let her find out the hard way. At least my husband is off from work and can take her out in the mess whilst I stay warm and cozy in front of my heater.
The furry members of our family have opinions about the weather too. The Big Dog LOVES cold weather, and snow is even more magical for him than Kiddo, I believe. You're trying to walk him, and all he wants do is FROLIC. He has no appreciation of our distaste for icicles on our eyebrows. Kitten Murderface, however, is just happy that all the blinds are open, the better to wreak havoc on all the cords and slats, all while being highly suspicious of the tink, tink of ice on the windows.
The best part of this most un-Snowmaggedon of days, however, is that we can't/won't go ANYWHERE. Never one for flitting here and there, I've progressed to nearly hermit levels as I've gotten older, and leaving the house is one of my least favorite things. So today there was no hauling Kiddo to school before the sun is fully up, or waiting in car line for nearly an hour. I don't even have to put on pants! (I did, though. Can I collect my prize now?)
So, while my productivity may be slightly less (especially following a work/teaching related hiccup discovered this morning) and my peace and quiet significantly reduced, at least all my clothes are cotton and have elastic. My socks are fuzzy. My tea is hot. And Kiddo wears fleece footie pajamas at night that make her look like a cuddly stuffed animal. Snow Day FTW!