Rare Occasion for Georgia

For those in the Northern states I’m sure you’ll get a great chuckle about those of us in the South. Georgia doesn’t see snow very often and when we do we all get excited. The kids grab the sled’s, adults want to be able to brag that they made it down the road without crashing, and those of us with more common sense stay home with a cup of hot chocolate and a fire going in the fireplace.

Today was one of those days. Just 2 days ago we had bright sunshine and a warm 72 degrees in North Georgia where I live. Atlanta hit 78 degrees! In less than 36 hours we are 30 degrees and looking out my window is a winter wonderland.

After living in Wyoming through two winters I am thanking God this will be gone by morning. I’m enjoying it now but oh so thankful for it’s disappearance and warm days returning. I hate cold weather!

Here’s some pictures I hope you enjoy. And hey, you Northerners, don’t laugh too hard, we’ll be in shorts while you’re still shoveling out. ๐Ÿ™‚

One lone Cardinal enjoying the snow.
In front of my house.
My back yard
Darn, the Cardinal flew away.

And its still snowing. We’re supposed to get about 3-4 inches and I think we will. That’s enough to build a little snowman!

Have a great day everyone and if you didn’t get snow – enjoy some of mine. ๐Ÿ™‚







4 thoughts on “Rare Occasion for Georgia

  1. Your pictures are gorgeous!

    Here in New Mexico we keep bouncing from days in the 60s and 70s, to days that don’t get out of the 20s and 30s. Today was sunny with a high of 67. But three days from now, we are supposed to get 4-8 inches of snow. We had snow last Tuesday, too.

    The birds here are very confused!

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    1. It isn’t just the birds that are confused but my flowers too. They think its spring and blooming and then this. grrrrr You can have that kind of weather, no thank you. ๐Ÿ™‚ We only get a little snow about once a year and that’s plenty for me. Have a great rest of your weekend.

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