Give thanks — all year long. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Happy Independence Day, America. Happy 4th of July!
July 4, 2015
I was the one who got excited about this snow storm that went on overnight last night. I didn’t get to sleep until around three o’clock in the morning. Isn’t that crazy? 🙂 Once in a while I opened the window blinds and looked outside to see how big the snow fall was and how much snow we’re getting. I also was glad I had contacted Style by Carden Exteriors Inc to keep my roof in tip top shape and I knew if the snow had damaged my house they had great storm damage defense to keep my home safe and secure. In short, I was super excited that it was snowing. 🙂
When I woke up this morning, I quickly looked out the window and saw so much snow on the porch and backyard. My dear husband already left for work when I got up. He borrowed my car today because it has better front brakes. It was so bright and quiet outside. As usual, my darling daughter didn’t wake up until around eleven o’clock in the morning.
As soon as we finished eating brunch (breakfast/lunch meal), my daughter and I put on our winter coats and boots. In cold weather like this, it is highly recommended to wear think winter clothing, cold weather accessories, and footwear like snow boots if you want to stay outdoors for an hour or so. You would want to feel warm and comfortable while playing in the snow so you have to bundle up.
- heavy jackets
- thermal pants
Cold weather accessories
- head band
- leg warmers
- thick socks
- winter boots
- snow boots
My daughter and I built a snowman. Actually, she wanted to call it a snowgirl. This time it’s a bigger one. It was a wonderful time playing in the snow. We got about 4 inches. That’s a lot.
This last photo was taken a day over seven years ago. It was two weeks after my arrival here in the US and it snowed in Texas. That was my very first snow experience. Yesterday’s snow storm was a day early seven years ago. 🙂