This picture doesn't do justice to the beauty of glistening snow but i love it when the ground looks like it's covered in sparkly glitter!
Would you believe that we have frozen goldfish in our little pond beneath all this pretty white stuff? I bet they're ready for a big thaw too! lol...yes they'll start swimming again :)
I wonder what she was thinking as she looked at her world covered in white? The brightness of it all seemed to scare her a bit at first. She was shakey as she adjusted but really enjoyed herself. So much that she left my window covered in spit from raspberries. My sweet, sweet girl :)
I wanted to bundle her up and let her get out in it but she had been so sick that i didn't want to take a chance.
This is more than a week after the snow and ice hit Southern Indiana and Kentucky. Millions were without power for weeks afterward with both areas being declared States of Emergency. Trees and power lines wore thick, heavy coats of ice. Thank God, our power never failed!
Here's Emmaleigh trying to lick an icicle (though it looks like she's gonna stick it up her nose, lol)
Emmaleigh LOVES making snow angels! This was day two of our snow and ice storm at the end of January. Six inches of snow fell, followed by three inches of ice on the first day. By the next morning we had four more inches of snow and another blanket of ice. With tempertures lingering below zero, the white stuff hung around for two weeks. Good times!