It snowed again on Sunday.
We, again, weren't able to make it to church.
We had some freezing rain last night,
but it's supposed to get up to 40* today.
So our plans are merely postponed rather than cancelled today.
Aside to that one aforementioned downside of the snow,
I was ever so thankful to see some more of the stuff.
Snow this time of year is almost as precious as Christmas snow.
(I did say almost.)
You never know if it may be the last time you see it 'til next winter.
Because, sure as the sun will rise tomorrow,
Spring is on it's way.
How do I know?
"While the earth remains,
Seedtime and harvest,
And cold and heat,
And summer and winter,
And day and night
Shall not cease."
What a faithful God we serve.
Isn't this carnation lovely?
Such a vintage-y pink color.
Grandma Lou's wedding bouquet was carnations,
so they hold a special place in my heart.
Of course, it's indisputably acknowledged that daisies are the friendliest flower.
But, I do think these are rather chummy themselves. ;)
My paper snowflakes will soon be coming down & packed away 'til December.
Isn't my new cloud pillow the cuteness?
It has a sad face on t'other side.
(75% off clearance at Hallmark, what?!)
Well, I suppose one good thing about the freezing rain...
it gave me a chance to write this meandering little post.
Watch your step - it's slippery out there!