Someone at school predicted snow and ice in Jan/Feb but I didn't believe the rumors. However, a couple of weeks ago we brought in our little orange trees because of the freeze and schools had a late start. But this week, schools and bridges are closed due to icy conditions. It is the correct response to such a rare event. When God sends an ice/snow day in the South, it's time to hunker down at home with soup, biscuits and gravy. As you can see, we only got a sprinkling of snow, but mostly they are ice pellets. We all took a walk and Max took some pictures to share. Enjoy!
|Note the leafy imprint on the ice. So lovely to capture something ethereal.|
|The proper way to receive a snowflake and the Sacred Host!|
|These two could be twinnies :)|
This weather has been a God-send. We've been so busy with extracurricular activities, that to have this unexpected break in the routine has been a great gift. We are enjoying these lazy days at home, cooking, drawing, making music, and a bit of writing thrown in as well. I hope you are warm where you are.