It really doesn’t matter how old I get I still view a snow day as a day of relaxation. No work allowed!
(We had a little work wading through the 3-4 foot snow drifts to feed and water our animals but that doesn’t count as work because we had to do it.)
I finished my first knitting project. It isn’t beautiful but I fed the rabbit it came from, harvested her wool, spun her wool into yarn and then knit that yarn into the scarf so I am quite proud of it. Angora rabbits shed their wool four times a year just like a big hairy dog. As long as they are in molt it does not hurt them to have their wool gently plucked. Because the process is natural they have their new coat growing underneath so they have enough wool still on their body to keep them warm.
I also finished spinning one of the beautiful skeins of dyed Merino Joel bought me for Christmas. Merino wool has the lowest micron count, on average, of any wool so it is the softest. I am thinking I shall make it into a hat.