Here’s a compilation of YOUR Southern snow pictures from this week!…
From Lauren at Paint the Town Ag
Oh, dear, Lauren. You make really pretty farm babies, and I just love unrolling hay cores – such fun.
In other words, that picture is not good birth control for me. Are you in cahoots with my mother, Lauren? `Fess up. ;o)
From the parental units – southern and midwestern
From my brothah
I’m not supposed to have favorites, I know, but I have to say, my brother thrilled me with his submissions.
These two are favorites.
From friends-like-fam in the Deep South
Opelika, Alabama – iced shrubbery in the neighborhood. Thanks, Marcia!
Tifton, Georgia – icicles well below the gnat line! Thanks, Michelle!
New Roads, Louisiana – the garden at St. Pauls Holy Trinity Church.
Wow, never thought I’d see snow there!
Thanks for sharing, Peggy!
From my dear Farm Wife Friend, Katie…this is our life!
There’s nothing like the feeling of a whole herd hunting you down. Even the truck doesn’t feel cow-proof when the ground is covered in snow.
Cattle just act more desperate when the ground is covered in snow. It may not even be super cold, but they want their hay!
Please! Don’t! We’ll give you all the feed you want, just don’t wipe cold snot on Katie!
From my Farmer
It seems that the best things about this weather – since he can’t change it – are fleece-lined jeans and insulated boots.
The forecast says we may be getting more snow. May it melt by noon, like it usually does. 🙂