I love the first photo - so pretty. And why aren't you In Texas? I thought you might be - tho there are parts of Texas that aren;t exactly pleasant places to be right now...Staying home for Christmas I expect?
Oooh! You do get to enjoy some of what's good about winter. Actual snow in Indiana instead of just cold and ice.
Grace, right. Home for Christmas. We usually head to Texas first or second week of January, or whenever weather opportunity presents itself.Shark, yeah, yeah. So we will keep a positive attitude and enjoy, best we can. (You do know we have snow in Indiana. Remember 1978?)
Beautiful. Send some of that fluffy white stuff our way.
All that white stuff - I thought that you might have been a part of the Dallas ice storm. :)
Vee, perhaps you could capture the next wave and drain it before it gets here!KC Bob, we won't be in Texas yet for two or three weeks; and when we are there, we will be nowhere near Dallas!
Well, it's good for you to experience some ice and snow so that you can really appreciate what you are missing when you go back to Texas. :)
Lin, that is one way to look at it. I'll try to appreciate it in that way.
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