Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

(mardi gras)

My housemate came home last night and said, "So, bets on whether it actually snows this time?"  When I left my house ~7am, there were some flecks of snow on the parked cars -- which could have been confused for frost.  While at the gym, I saw through the windows snow falling.  The snow kept up throughout most of the day, but it was never all that heavy -- except in so far as it was often wet snow verging on freezing rain (though never that uncomfortable -- I got to be outside various times and was always pleased, though admittedly not my sometimes glee).  Not a lot of accumulation.  Is supposed to continue through tomorrow (low of 26F tonight and high of 38F tomorrow).

The Cathedral is the only church I encountered that was doing a Fat Tuesday pancake dinner, so that's where I was tonight.  They burned last year's palms (yes, I hummed "Sunday's Palms are Wednesday's Ashes"), inviting people to put palms into the fire symbolizing things they wanted to get rid of this Lent.
People were nice, though I didn't get to have as long conversations with anyone as I might have liked.
The pancakes were actually really good.  (I grew up on my mom's sourdough pancakes, so I rarely like other people's pancakes, including restaurant pancakes.)  I did not have any of the pork sausage or turkey bacon.
Tags: church: boston: the cathedral (st. paul), food, lent: mardi gras, weather: snow: 2009-2010
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