Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Third Anniversary Carnival of Children's Literature

Jen Robinson has posted the Third Anniversary Carnival of Children's Literature. It's lovely! Please go check it out.

Seattle has been hit with snow, and school was closed today because the city is expecting another bucketful around noon. Seattle has a lot of hills, and while it appears that there are more snowplows than there used to be, we still have a lot of drivers (myself included) who do not have a lot of experience driving in snow. That's okay-- I prefer walking anyway.

And now, I'm going back to reading the Third Anniversary Carnival of Children's Literature....

4 comments:

Jen Robinson said...

Thanks for posting about (and contributing to) the carnival, Farida! I hope you like it. And good luck coping with the snow.

We have a good deal here. We can see snow on nearby hilltops, but there's nothing on the ground.

Lone Star Ma said...

Snow!

adrienne said...

Are you guys cleared out yet? We're getting dumped on here in WNY today, although, goodness knows, we're used to it. :)

Saints and Spinners said...

The streets are icy, and weather forcasts predict "the big one" this weekend (not an earthquake, I hope) with high winds possibly knocking out power lines. I can get up the hill to my gig-- the easiest one yet!-- but I don't see us going anywhere else unless the storm passes us over. Nobody's used to driving in snow on hills, and people from Minnesota call us "big babies." Yup!

I hope that you all get a break soon.