Actually, we haven't had anything more than snow flurries. But boy, that wind! We've heard all manner of thumps, bumps, and bangs keeping time with the howling outside. This kind of cold day just makes you want to huddle under a blanket.
The soup I had stashed in the freezer came in handy today--homemade soup in just the time it took to defrost and reheat. It really hit the spot. Normally coffee is my hot beverage of choice, but tonight I splurged and made some old-fashioned homemade hot cocoa (I can't drink the instant stuff). Since the only milk in the house was Natalie's almond milk, my hot cocoa has an almond hint to it. Not too shabby.
Even though it was only flurries, Natalie's been fascinated by the snow. Since we didn't really have any to speak of last year, she doesn't remember seeing any. She loved it. She loves running to the window to investigate all of the booms and crashes too. ;)
And since we're still here, I'm going with the internet fan theory that the Doctor saved us. ;) It's what he does.
In all seriousness, I wish everyone a very restful (albeit cold) evening. Since Christmas is rapidly approaching, Merry Christmas as well ( just in case I don't make it back here).