So, how do I cure cabin fever? I spent some time on Facebook, and texting/calling friends. I started a new quilt (when I should have been finishing others). I took pictures. I played catch with Hazel, and baked cookies. And I got a little frustrated. But he came, and I can get out. And it snowed again, and we'll have more snow this week. Lots has melted already, so I can deal with a little more. Sections of the driveway are clear, and most of the icicles are gone at the door, but the snow is still fairly deep, and I can't open the door yet. Anyone want to shovel that off for me?
This was Valentine's Day, the Snow Moon, reflecting through the icicles at my door.
This was Saturday, February 15. Eventually the large icicle on the left would meet the snow. I'm making sure the water has a path away from the door, though. I don't need it coming in.
That's the table on my deck. The snow was almost as high as the table.
This is the left side of my car, going towards the street. Yes, deep enough to almost hide a full size recycling trash can. My car is a Dodge Magnum, about the same size as a sedan.
Thank goodness for friends and my creativity, and DVD player. I was starting to feel so isolated, but phone calls saved me. You can see more recent posts to see the creativity part of coping.
I'm linking up with Lilypadquilting's Cabin Fever Party. Go see who else has cabin fever, and what they did.
I think I'll go for a drive today.