With snowflakes so big, it looked like rain.
Seriously. A big deal.
Big deal because schools closed on Monday for a Snow Day. Which happens, oh, once every 5 or 10 years here!
And Georgia-born Scary Baby was in her glory outside in a summer bucket hat, pajama pants and giant gloves.
Because every kid should have the experience of catching snowflakes on their tongue.
It’s just part of childhood not to be missed ~ even if you live in the South.
Three inches did stick to the ground and she actually got to use a sled we bought in North Carolina some years ago. It quickly becomes a smud sledding activity. (That’s snow + mud.)
And then, exactly one week later…
…that same child should put on their bathing suit and ride down the street in the neighborhood.
Yes, we are those yay-hoos.
And I only wish I had captured a picture of her on that bike.
It has been 80 flippin’ degrees for the last three days.
I don’t care where you live…that’s just not right.
As I type this I’m barefoot and not pregnant in shorts sweating in my house. The sun has gone down and it is a chilly 69 degrees. What the heck?
I don’t know about you but I need a little transition time in my seasons.
Random side note: Keep the Facebook input coming. I typically don’t cave to peer pressure but I’m weighing my options. 😉
P.S. I’m not a fan of boys/men wearing nail polish but holy schmoly did anyone see Adam on American Idol last night? Yes, the girls and I continue to watch it every single season…