Well, the snow hadn’t all gone by Monday evening – as proved by the fact it’s STILL THERE!
It’s quite entertaining in hindsight because Monday was so much milder than is usual the day after a snowfall, I thought we’d have a mild week. I even planned to cycle to do the horses on Tuesday morning but a noselength out of the back door was enough to put the brakes on that plan, as demonstrated by my dashboard a couple of minutes later.
Dear lord above, -12C?! And the external thermometer at the yard made it -13 – and it was MINUS SIXTEEN last night. Seriously, not a happy bunny 🙂
So please appreciate my courageousness for taking my gloves off to take these pictures:
I quite liked that line of footprints 🙂
Sadly, my phone couldn’t quite capture the low mist. -13C or not, it was stunning.
I’m going to blame the cold weather for the fact I’ve been eating for England this week. Conveniently forgetting that I always do, of course.
Because it’s barely been struggling above freezing (even at 6pm today, my car said -6C) I’ve wanted warming, filling meals. Like this:
It takes a while to make but that lentil loaf is so filling, great for a cold evening. What I also find entertaining is the fact that recipe’s on a post called “I’m (not) dreaming of a white Christmas”. At least I’m consistent.
And although I can blame the cold for wanting to eat a lot, I’m not sure I can blame it for my current cravings for ice cream. Consistent I may be, but surely that’s just weird 🙂
What’s your favourite comfort winter dinner?