Today our church was to honor our local heroes.
Due to the increment weather and icy roads,
church was canceled.
We stayed in.
The legs are aching from treading through the snow.
Really roughing it, huh?
But truly, I am sore.
I walked my daughter's neighborhood several times.
I'm glad I was there. They got more snow than we did.
Although, we are all considered "Nashville,"
some of the counties didn't get as much.
This is one of my favorite photos.
It reminds me of our a cotton balls, our "Southern snow."
I thought, what a precious reminder of my blessings!
The snow on the
barn storage house
melted and we got these nice icicles.
See, it looks like a barn here!
OK, so, it's not a real barn.
This little fence surrounding the property next door
is not a real fence.
This is not a real country barn either.
But it is real snow!
I guess I'm not really a city girl at heart.
I can pretend, right?
This little snow bunny, took her first sled-ride.
She was as snug as a bug-in-a-rug.
Whew, but what a fight getting her there!
She'd much rather be inside
her own castle.
Just leaving you with this thought
on this beautiful Lord's day.
Whether you live in the city or country, a rural town
or a quiet suburb,
The whole earth is filled with his glory!
Blessings my Friends.