I was pretty sure that if we didn't get to Old Lady Mary's this morning, we wouldn't get there for awhile, and after I talked with her last night, I knew she needed groceries. So we decided that we'd go ahead and take her what she needed before the snow fully descended upon us. On our way to take Jarod to work, his work called and told him not to bother coming in, so he was able to drive us to the grocery and Mary's. He'd never met Mary before, so I'm sure you can imagine how exciting this was for him. (Jarod adds a small snort-laugh and a "yeah" to that. I think that means he wishes he could come every week.)
Getting dressed this morning, the focus was on snow gear as opposed to fashion. I didn't put Zinashi's snow pants on, but we did add some accessories.
I apologize for not having a better photo, but I didn't want to take time to take a photo before we left, and by the time we got home, Zinashi was just not in the mood for having a her pretty outfit (which Mary didn't see anyway) photographed. She'd been in the car far too long, strapped in while we navigated from one spot to another and stopped to clear the built up snow/ice/crud off the windshield wipers. Once indoors, she just wanted to clean the imaginary snow off of her doll stroller (which she indicated was not a stroller, but a car).
Please note how eager she is to wear gloves indoors. Outdoors? Not so much. Oh, well. She hasn't gotten frostbite yet.