This is what it looks like outside now - all kinds of slushy mess.
Earlier today, there was about 3.5 inches of snow and then the sleet and rains came and made this stuff.
I called in at work and told them that , for some unknown reason, the state police were telling EVERYONE to stay off the roads because it was too slick and hazardous. And, of course being a nurse, I was expected to drive in to work in this crap!! Needless to say, I made the super mad because I said I wasn't going out in this in a light-weight car and putting it in a ditch and getting hurt just so she didn't have to stay and work longer ( didn't make any points then ) AND that I'd call her tomorrow ( when it's predicted that we will get another 3-6 inches of snow on top of what we got today with ice sandwiched in between ) to let her know if I was going to be in then, which really ticked at me ( toooo bad ).
This is what is waiting at the bottom of the steps for anyone who ventures outside today - not my idea of something I want to walk around in.
And this is looking out toward the kennels and the woods. Looks pretty but looks are really deceiving today. Good thing I fed the kennel dogs earlier before it got tooo bad.
Think I'll curl up on the sofa with Chloe and Stylle, turn the TV on and work on some of my knitting instead of going outside.
Will post more later.