White Christmas

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Turns out instead of a blue Christmas, I had a white Christmas. And a happy Christmas.

Riley and I woke up to about two inches of snow on the ground and it fell steadily until around noon. We built a snowman, threw snowballs and caught snow on our tongues. It was awesome.

Look! It’s snowing!

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The precipitation keeps changing from snow to sleet to rain. School was dismissed at 11 a.m., and Riley just got home. Looks like I’ll be working from home tonight, my next-to-last night with the newspaper. I sure don’t want to take the chance of getting stuck there.

I took this video from the back door this morning.

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