Well what can you do in Atlanta, Georgia when it snows 1/2 inch? Can you go to the store? Can you go to school? Can you drive out of your subdivion? No, no, and no.
Life as you know it changes for a few days. Schools close, you can't get out of your subdivision, so no you can't go to the store.
The problem is it rarely snows here - so there is no snow removal equipment. And while it might melt from the sun in the day - it can get cold enought at night to freeze and then there is a sheet of ice.
So what can you do?
Make snow balls?
You can slide down the driveway on a pizza pan!
Or slide down a little icy hill.
My grandson said that he had to do everything in one day, it doesn't snow that much in Georgia, and he had to do it when he could!
Sledding on the driveway with 1/8 inch of ice?
Winter wonderland scene.
That is all the snow we got - and they closed school - can you believe it?
Snow man and snow dog. How big go you think they are and what do you think he used for the brown button like things? And arms?
The snowman was 8 inches and the snow dog about 4. He used pretzels sticks for arms and acorn tops for yes - pretty clever,
He was so proud of himself (and grandpa).
The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul.- G.K. Chesterton
Happy Birthday Naomi Judd:
In 1991, after selling more than 20 million albums and videos in seven years and at the pinnacle of their career, The Judds' reign came to an abrupt end because Naomi was diagnosed with Hepatitis C, a potentially fatal chronic liver disease that forced her retirement.
In 1991, Naomi created the Naomi Judd Education and Research Fund to raise awareness of the deadly Hepatitis C virus as well as research funds for the American Liver Foundation.