That's what our current weather condition is called. It's tiny snowflakes, so thick that they look like fog. Driving conditions are sloppy at best, and visibility is poor because the little flakes swirl ever-so-well in the wake of each passing car.
I had to go out earlier, looking for warmer gloves. It seems I've come perilously close to frostbite a few too many times. My fingers no longer stay warm in gloves, unless I'm working really really hard, and have my heart pumping vigorously.
The roads were slippery, and visibility was poor. It hasn't gotten any better, since.
But we're done with our outings, and no one needs to leave home again today. That's a good thing.
My wife, bless her heart, is making Montana Spice cookies* ... and now it's time for some post-lunch coffee.
|Wife made these (my first plate pictured)|
|... and Younger Daughter (the professional pastry chef) made these.|
Anyone wanting a cup? Or cookies? Or both? :)
* It's an old recipe, handed down from my maternal grandmother - who probably got it from her mom.