This is what we have been experiencing in our area. First the freezing rain, then the snow.
I'm not walking in this winter wonderland though. I don't have the equipment, ie boots, gloves, etc. because we don't normally have this kind of weather. We usually have at least one spell, but seldom more than one.
I don't know if my Oleander tree will survive. I know I'll have to cut it back and that's not a problem. I just hope it comes back out in the spring.
It's lovely to look at from the warmth of my window, that's for sure!
Last night I took some photos of the white stuff coming down. They turned out pretty cool.
Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me.
Who I Am
A simple Christian woman trying to live my life in a way that will bring honor to my Lord, using the talents He has blessed me with. I live in south central Arkansas and have been married for 35 years. We have a daughter and son who are both married. One grandson and one grand daughter so far.
I blog about life, love, sewing and quilting, as well as painting and crafting, gardening and playing with the grandchildren.