At least that's what my cubicle feels like. It was -3 today when I left the house to come to work (with a wind chill of -13). I may have to go back to the supply room to see if there's a space heater back there.
Yesterday was a snow day, so I got to stay home and sew ... I did some more piecing on T#4's big girl quilt. This quilt (a log-cabin variation) has 42 star blocks that form the center of log cabin blocks ... the star blocks are pieced from 5 solid squares and 4 pieced squares (which form the points of the stars). I'm piecing the squares into strips, and 3 strips are joined to form the star block. I've got 1/3 of the strips sewn together, and I'm hoping to get them sewn into star blocks over the weekend. Then I'll "only" have 28 more star blocks to work on. <sigh> The good news is that once I've got the star blocks finished, the log cabin strips should sew on fairly quickly. I should have a picture of a star block to post next week. I also started hand quilting T#2's doll quilt; it was part of my local quilt guild's challenge to finish a UFO by May. Since it's a doll quilt, I shouldn't have any trouble getting that quilted and bound by May.
The forecast is for sub-freezing temperatures for the next 10 days or so ... so our 12 inches of snow will be here for a while. And if that's not bad enough, we've got an inch or so in the forecast for tonight and 3-6 inches in the forecast for Sunday evening/Monday morning. This is waaaaay more snow than we normally get ... but I'm not complaining because as most of you know, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE snow!! So bring it on! ;-)