The girls and I attempted to make snow earlier today. It was cold out and I boiled up a pot of water, took it outside and threw it up into the air. It was kinda cool hearing the boiling hot water ht the air but I think we had more steam than snow and it didn’t freeze as quickly as I had hoped. I think we needed some bitter Arctic freezing weather. It’s cold but we needed temps even more colder than what we have. It was fun trying at least.
It’s been snowing all day since our little science experiment. My gummys had a lot of pent of energy from being inside all of the time. They’re like me; ready to get outdoors. The only good thing is the temps show steady climbing from here on out. Maybe just maybe we made it thru the worst part of the winter.
Elin Kleopatra Danielson-Gambogi (3 September 1861 – 31 December 1919) was a Finnish painter. She is best known for her realist works and portraits. Danielson-Gambogi was part of the first generation of Finnish women artists who received professional education in art, so called painter sisters’ generation. The group also included artists like Helene Schjerfbeck.