Snow on the magnolias when we awoke this morning. Though it would be considered nothing in most parts of the Country, it’s reason enough for schools to close, emergency management to jump into action, and other silly events, or non-events, to take place here in the deep South.
A few shots around the yard this morning. I was actually walking around, trying to get Sally off the porch for her daily morning rituals. Didn’t work. She just went back to the door and waited till Wanda let her back in the house. Maybe, smarter than me.
If you look closely, you can see what the accumulation was.
Spider web hammock.
Goats in the woods
And, of course, our feathered friends were all puffed up. It didn’t take them long to discover the sunflower seeds I put out.
Just a little reminder that the weather man never knows. Our forecasted temps in the teens didn’t happen, but it’s still cold. Temperature outside at 11 AM is 27, and we are still having flurries. Finally managed to entice Sally off the porch a little while ago, and Wanda is making a pot of chicken and dumplings. Life is good, even when you’re snowbound.