Otherwise known as my beading marathon! I had a short clinic Tuesday morning before the ice moved in...and had to defrost for 10 minutes before I could drive.
LOOK at my weather map! We NEVER get pink - so pretty!!! (Anybody know what the blue color above it means?)
So Dean fixed seafood gumbo, we cranked up a good fire, and I am almost finished with the second panel, if you can believe it! Unfortunately, all the snow we were anticipating and prepared for went northward unexpectedly and tore up Birmingham and Atlanta, who were not expecting it. My brother spent the night at work, my SIL hiked over a mountain and hitched a ride on 4-wheelers to get home (did that BOW training kick in, Elizabeth?), and Robbie's family spent hours trying to get home.
So all we got was sleet and ice, but you can still have a little fun with that, without necessarily requiring a hip replacement. Here's Lucas giving the front sidewalk a shot while Jake goes on about how it's his turn...
And here's Drew's documentary of his ride, with the unsuspecting Jake blocking his path.
I have found that Facebook is an awesome way to keep up with things going on in a storm, but also can provide some entertainment. Pure Barre FB'd that they were closed, but started a contest to win some sticky socks if you send in your winter planking picture. Lucas obliged by taking a pic for me.
Okay, back to beading!