I was planning on hibernating today until I remembered my Friday am coffee group so off I went. It wasn't all that bad here (we're about an hour south of Houston) but DH decided to wait a couple of hours before driving to Houston to work. I'm thinking that was a wise decision. I heard on the radio that the Houston police responded to >250 accidents before 9:30 am. By the time DH got up to Houston, they had sanded the overpasses and the traffic was very light.
Austin must be experiencing similar weather. U of Texas canceled classes for the day. One of my student DS's texted me asking for a tomato sauce recipe. He plans to make good use of the day to make lasagna for himself and some friends.
My comfort food of choice will be to make some baked ziti.
On the stitching front, I worked a bit this week on LHN's Elizabeth Hancock. Samplers are my first love and I fell in love with this reproduction sampler the first time I laid eyes on it. I'm using Belle Soire silks--love them!!!
I put a few stitches in Betsy's House but not enough to even take a progress picture.
I also started CCN's Sugar Plums from the 2009 JCS ornament issue. I'd stitched this once before and made it into an ornament for an exchange but I wanted to stitch it again for me.
We have a pretty quiet weekend planned so I look forward to enjoying this cold weekend by staying in and stitching.