Doug, Timothy and I headed to Maryland the day after Christmas. It had just started snowing in Augusta and followed us up the east coast. Not nearly as many people on the road but traveling was slow. The snow plows were usually the cause for delays but the last picture was of a vehicle that landed in the median strip. That was when we were inching along and I took the majority of the pics in Northern North Carolina on 95. The normally 10 hour trip took 12 hours which all things considered was not really bad, of course I wasn’t the one driving in the slickery mess 😉
Just when I was feeling left out of the snow we actually got some here in Georgia on Friday!! It was cold and beautiful and manueverable in. By Saturday the roads were completely clear and all but a few piles here and there were left on Sunday. It’s good to have snow in the south 🙂
when the snow started earlier in the day on Friday:
and Saturday morning it was just so gorgeous outside and quiet!!
Happy New Year to all! I haven’t blogged since the end of November and lots has happened since then! I worked madly (crazily) on a quilt for my sister-in-law Holly and shopped like a crazy woman while feeling awful but it all got done, I made my trip to Maryland for Christmas and life was wonderful and included a snowstorm!!! Hallelujah I’ve wanted to see snow for a while now and my wish was granted 🙂 It was beautiful, it was cold and it only lasted for a few days – perfect!!
The 17th Timothy and I headed to Maryland. I stayed with my sister for the first week and hung out with the nieces and my favorite doberman, Vegas. Friday Tory and I headed to Mom and Dad’s while Misty and Kylie went to the last day of school for the holidays. Of course, Auntie Kim isn’t used to dressing little cherubs for the winter so this is what Tory looked like, she’s such a darling and is just too cute isn’t she?
24 hours more or less and 21+ inches later