Saturday, 5 February 2022

Still in a deep freeze

 We have been in the deep freeze for longer than I care to remember.

Not only cold but also fogged in, so each day was grey.  Our highs have been staying in the 20's.

Now!  it looks like there is a change.  We will see the sun and maybe just maybe the snow will start to melt.

This is my lawn.  Good point is it doesn't need any mowing. Bad point is, it is white, all white.  Day after day white!!

We almost lost our carport.  We did manage to move the cars out and grandson Chad came and shoveled the snow off. Jenn, our granddaughter in law, shoveled all the walks and the porch.


Then the pretty snow starts getting a bit dirty!

Since the kids would not accept money for shoveling snow, I had an arrangement sent. No one refuses flowers and Apple Blossom floral does beautiful bouquets.


Our winter so far! 


  1. Nonie, I am one that loves when the snow falls. So nice of your grandson and granddaughter to help with the shoveling. My son does our driveway, and it can be a difficult job when the snow piles up. I was thinking recently that I would love a carport like you have. My car gets buried in the snow and I'd like to protect it from harsh conditions. That was a nice flower bouquet you gave them. Hang in there, Nonie. Spring will be here before we know it. Always good to see a post from you, my friend. : )


    1. I love the snow, just comes a time for it to leave!

  2. How sweet of grandson and grand daughter-in-law to shovel snow. Snow is so pretty when we have it in the South, but it is short-lived, thankfully. The flowers are beautiful!

    1. This is one of those years, when the snow has no intentions of going anywhere!

  3. I am so sick of winter this year. Even more so than other years. I just feel restricted and 'contained'. It's not even the snow as much as it has been so cold. xo Diana

  4. I am with you on that thought. I don't even want to go to the mailbox about ten steps away. I need sun!!