“Come now, let us reason together, says the Lord:
though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow;
though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool”
It’s the four letter word that paralyzes the deep south…
And guess what?! It is in our forecast for this weekend! For parts of the country where snow is common during the winter months, the words “wintry mix” would be no big deal. But for us southerners, we take no chances and raid the nearest grocery store for the two essentials: milk and bread! Since snow is such a rarity for us, it’s not uncommon for schools and businesses to shut down and for time to stand still! In hopeful preparation of a weekend of winter weather, I wanted to share with you all what a snow day might look like for me here in the Appalachian foothills!
The photo opps are endless when the white stuff covers the ground! This was taken two years ago in our downtown area where the train tracks cross over the Coosa River!
Every snow day calls for a big plate of comfort…chicken pot pie!
Next to the fire with my sweetheart is where I want to be on a cold wintry day!
Anyone know who this is?
If you said James Spann, you are correct! Even Spann the man grabs his milk and bread when he predicts wintry weather! Who knows about James Spann and his suspenders?
A big cup of hot chocolate is a must!