So I don't know about you, but here in Missouri we've been stuck in the Snowpocalypse! You can't really tell from the photo, but we have about 12 inches of snow. I've even had two snow days from work!
So with all the snow, I was thinking about snow day favorites. What books or movies are go-tos when you have a snow day? Here are a few of mine:
-Anne of Green Gables (book or movie)-there really is no better time to re-read or re-watch Anne of Greene Gables than during a snow day. Since the movies are so you long, you can actually watch the whole thing in one day if you have a day off. (But only one and two-never, ever three). And the books are perfect for cuddling up with and enjoying Anne's antics and her romance with Gilbert.
-Romance novels-Snow days make me want to curl up and read a cozy read and romance novels are perfect for this! Right now I'm reading the new Jenny B. Jones book, Save the Date, a fun romantic comedy that's perfect for curling up and reading in one sitting.
-Veronica Mars-These past two snow days I've been having a Veronica Mars marathon. Really, one of the best ways to watch this show is non-stop episode after episode. The snarky, witty comments, the mysteries that I already know but still surprise me, and the fantastic character development and relationships make this show one I want to watch over and over. If you haven't seen Veronica Mars, you must watch it now! YA lovers will love it!
-Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog-Mr. GreenBeanSexyMan and I love this musical/webseries. We watch it around once a month and sing along to the soundtrack all the time. So of course it will be playing at our house!
-Pretty Much anything from Masterpiece Theater-I've been a huge Masterpiece Theater kick lately, thanks to Downton Abbey, which of course I watched the night it started snowing. And Mr. GreenBeanSexyMan and I have the last episode of Sherlock to watch tonight! (Two more shows I highly recommend!)
So what about you? What movies and books are your must haves for snow days? If you're stuck in snow too I hope you have plenty to read!