When One Word Says It All

Ah…Snow Days…remember how exciting those were as a child? Not so exciting now as an adult, as you might have heard about the happenings in Atlanta this past week – when the entire area (of 6.5 plus million people) shut down for business, roads became clogged, icy, then impassable for hours, and motorists remained stranded overnight in their cars (or they abandoned said car which ran out of gas after 8 hours plus in favor of walking home in the dark), while many school children had “sleep overs” at their schools, since the buses could not deliver them home….yikes is right! I’ll just stop there with the visual, ok?

Here’s the view from our front door – doesn’t that tree look like it’s decorated with holiday lights the way it sparkles?

Snow Street

Luckily, we remained safely at home in our warm abode, cooking our favorite comfort foods, drinking hot chocolate, and watching the snow fall (which was very pretty from our vantage point).

Not often do we have icicles on the grill cover.

Icicle

Next day, here’s the word that says it all for us: GROW! We are indeed ready for Spring.

Grow in the Snow

Hope you and yours are all safe and warm!

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About Our Kitchen Inventions

Inspired by travels to Italy, cooking with fresh ingredients, sharing our Kitchen Inventions dinners with friends, and enjoying good wine. Photography and cooking are the main focus for our site. Please stop by Wade's website to enjoy more of his works of photography.
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2 Responses to When One Word Says It All

  1. Debra Kolkka says:

    I thought about you when I heard the latest about the weather in USA. I hope there is some warmer weather coming up.

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