Good morning everyone-Well we got our snowstorm last night and I woke up earlier than normal because I knew I would have to sweep my way to the house from the woman cave. Only about 50' but long enough when you are clearing a path and only have sneaks on your feet because you don't own a pair a boots. We got 7" of snow yesterday and overnight.
It does change the look of the yard and everything surrounding it. I am thankful I don't have to deal with this kind of weather often. No snowblower to take care of it. I am not a fan of shoveling. It looks like maybe a truck with a plow came down thru sometime but no plans to go anywhere today but tomorrow I have two appts so hopefully I can get out to do so.
But even more important hope I can go to Raleigh NC on Thursday but not sure if it will happen. We are due for more snow Weds night and wintry mix on Saturday. I had made plans to leave Thursday and come back Sunday. A huge RV show is happening Fri-Sun at the fairgrounds in Raleigh. Their weather while similar didn't get this snow and the temps are better so we shall see
I took a few pics of the snow today and they reminded me of a few songs
LOOKING OUT MY BACK DOOR
BY (CREEDANCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL)
WALKING IN A WINTER WONDERLAND BY
A HOST OF ARTISTS OVER THE YEARS
After the path to the house I had to clean out around the feeders for the birdies so it would be easier for them to get to the food on the ground as well as the feeders
Because that area above and this tree below right outside my window is a hub of activity with birdies. They need lots of fuel for the frigid temps now and coming up. Tonite will be only 5* and the next two nights below zero temps at nights. I can tell you they eat a LOT of food when it is cold out.
These are a few of the yard. It looks like a vast winterland of snow and will until it warms up again which won't be til probably Sunday when it is due to rain and be 50*
Another song that this reminds me of is the The "Rose" by Bette Midler because beneath all this snow lies a rose(s) and other flowers that will bloom again in Spring