In an effort to share the beauty with you, I took a picture...from inside my warm kitchen, with a cup of coffee close by.
That would be the barn that houses the sled that hopefully Big Buckaroo will be home soon to pull out because the Little Buckaroo's are dying to go out and play in the snow.
Alright, I bravely stepped out the back door to take a picture of the beautiful tulip tree that is shivering. You have to look close to see the blooms.
It was so wet and cold during one of my soccer games at the University of Southern Mississippi that my toes were frozen, no kidding. Let me tell you, when you have to run and kick a soccer ball with wet, frozen feet, it scars you. Every time I walk out in this kind of weather, I have flashbacks.
I am going to be brave and face my frigid soccer demons and go pull out all the coats, gloves, ski mask, boots, and indulge the boys in some snow fun. I will leave the soccer balls inside, I just can't face it all right now.
The Park Wife