First of all, let me say I feel your pain if you're dealing with snow, ice or anything in between. This has been a very rough winter. I've lived most of my life with winters, both mild and rough, and understand the challenges. Back to back storms get old fast.
Having said that, I'm jealous of one thing. Snow days. Those days when you have a full day scheduled and then suddenly everything is canceled. The streets are quiet because nothing is running and cars are staying inside. (Let's assume you don't have to be anywhere important) The world is hushed and the snow falling is pretty as a picture. It's a wonderful day to bake, or sew or read.
Assuming you have power. I know, a lot of assumptions.
The ideal snow day has soup simmering on the stove, and early nightfall. Plenty of warm heat and kids who aren't deadly bored and fighting with each other. Obligations that must wait.
The best thing about snow days is that they are unexpected.
Here in California, I have to declare my own snow days. That's when I put away the to-do list and pull out the I Want To list. I want to read this long book without interruption. I want to try this recipe. I want to work on the king quilt for Joey. I want to stay in my pajamas all day.
Tell me about your snow day, planned or unplanned. Do anything fun?