Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Day ?? Lost Count

Anyone sick of snow pictures yet!!???  lol God allowed us to get out on Sunday and attend church at Temple Baptist because our church was closed and then to the Creechs for lunch and fellowship, which was so nice!  Yesterday, Sean had school and we had to go down to Knoxville for Hunter and Andrew's ear tube checkups.  Hunter's went great!  Andrew not so much.  He has fluid behind both ears so we are doing the eardrops thing and have another appointment early Thursday morning to see if Dr. Graves can unclog the tubes. 

About 2 in the morning, the snow was back again!  This time I think we got another 2-3 inches on top of what we had that hadn't melted.  It snowed until close to 11 this morning.  I enjoyed watching it from the windows and getting out in it.  It's very soft and powdery and fluffy.  With a whole bunch of ice underneath that crunches (all from that first storm, I think).  Any way, this is easier to walk in.  The boys are starting to not be agreeable to all of our winter because it was really hard to walk in it yesterday without slipping and falling.  Today is the perfect day to make snow ice cream so that's where we are headed after nap time!

UT classes were canceled today and so I've had hubby home.  Nice.  This will also make for 3 and a half shifts I've missed at work.  Yikes.  No good.  The Lord knows our needs though so I rest in that. 
Daddy and bug

Our new garage

Our driveway

I spy no driveway




What to do on a snow day?  Build a volcano of course!


If anyone would like the directions on how to do this, leave it in the comments section and I'd be happy to post it.  Or I'm sure you can find a gazillion of them on the web.  :)  Either or.

4 comments:

Liz Hampton-Derivan Studio said...

Beautiful, but hope weather clears up for travel to get Andrew to doctor appt. He's in our prayers. God bless him. He's been through so much. Love the little guy so much and wish I could be holding him right now. Love to all, Gagu

Hettie Brewner said...

We will keep you posted. We love you and miss you.

~ Noelle said...

Glad yall made the most out of the snow days.... and the tubes? I feel for yall. At 35 years old, I have had tubes 5 or 6 times in my life.

Hettie Brewner said...

We've loved the snow days. It's tough, I've never even had an earache! That's not a complaint though!