snow in the southland

Last night Charleston got some snow. It’s pretty much the first snow that’s “stuck” in like 20 years. Even though we’ve seen PLENTY of snow in my husband’s home state of Colorado, we were giddy and excited like kids. I thought I’d share some photos.

dogs in the snow
Our dogs Bessie and Olive were first baffled by the fluffy cold white stuff, but quickly came to see it as a possibility for fun. They romped, played, and rolled in it. Bessie particularly enjoyed climbing on top of the picnic table and eating the snow that accumulated there.
This morning we went for a walk with the dogs to take pictures. This is our adorable house in the snow. If you're in Charleston, SC, you can let me know if you want to buy it in the next six months.
In case you are wondering why we flip out over snow here, please note that these trees are the kind of thing we're used to seeing. Palm trees. Balmy weather. 45 degrees being darn cold. Not this snow business.

One Reply to “snow in the southland”

  1. Oy. All this talk of “snowpocalypse”? Now I believe. (We’re in for yet another week of snow days, meaning I have babysitting while I’m in class (thanks to my neighbor, who’s 12) but will be just skidding downhill for the rest of the week.

    That photo of the palm trees is almost worth all the pain, though.


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