Yes, more snow here in the Tri-Cities. We got a storm of huge, fluffy snow on Tuesday morning and then another storm came through Friday morning, with freezing rain predicted to start around 4p.m. this afternoon. Ugh, enough already!
At least the ground is getting some moisture.
We got home from chilly Florida Monday afternoon and it's taken me a couple of days to get back into my stitching. But I did finally pick up Blossoms and Blackbirds for a stitching session last night.
Because I cut the fabric so small, I'm stitching in hand like I did way back in the day.
While away from home on those long flights, I got a fair amount of reading done. Our library has a decent selection of titles to download for the Kindle, so I got a couple of history books. Both are very good. First up:
My reading of 18th century English history has been lacking and this title intrigued me. It begins with a review of the dysfunctional Hanoverian family and George III's desire to break that cycle. It's very easy to read, not a dry tome, as well as interesting. I'm about 28% finished.
Then I took a break from the 18th century to go back to the 16th century Tudors.
As you can see, this is on the life of Lady Margaret Douglas. Alison Weir's histories are always well done. If you're tired of Henry VIII wives, this is the one to pick up! I'm also about 25% done with this one.
Well, friends, that's all for now! Have a great weekend and enjoy the Super Bowl on Sunday!