What a crazy week of weather. It snowed not once but twice and at the end of it we had approximately 12 inces of snow - but of course I'm not complaining considering what DC got! The weird thing about this snow that made it a little different then the snows we usually get is that it clung to everything causing branches, bushes, whole trees to droop under the weight of the snow. Here is my Magnolia tree. It's lowest limbs are usually taller than I am. I'm 5'8".
And of course you can't forget the icecycles that formed. We did an experiment with a few on the porch and didn't break them off. Evan and I wanted to see how large they would actually get. Surprisingly one made it to the ground - about 9 feet total. WOW! But I didn't get a picture of it that did it justice. But again, the beauty of the morning sun caught my attention.
We had a "warm" day last week - 36 degrees before the snow hit. So I bundled the boys up and took them to the park.
I love this picture because Carter is constantly trying to catch up with his big brother!