It snowed in Georgia!!
...just kidding! Although that did happen in other areas like Atlanta recently, that's not happening in the southern, coastal part of the state. These are (long overdue) pictures from our Washington trip. It started snowing like crazy the night we got there, on top of the snow that was already there. The drive from Seattle over the mountains to where my family lives in central Washington is WONDERFUL in the wintertime!! There will literally be like 10 feet of snow making huge snow walls lining the interstate. It feels somewhat what I believe parts of wintery Narnia probably look like (don't get me started on my theory that parts of Oregon must be really be Narnia). I didn't really take very many pictures of our trip, I was too busy chasing around nephews and hiding as Patrick held wrestling matches that included two little boys flying through the air and attaching themselves to Patrick's legs/arms. They don't have any uncles that live near them. They are deprived.
coat:f21 bag:vintage dress:U.O. mittens:American Eagle (years ago) hat:made by my mom
Speaking of nephews, here is a cute picture of them. My mom had originally made this owl hat with my older nephew in mind. Buuuut he said he would be embarrassed to wear it to school, he is in first grade afterall. So I shamelessly claimed it as my own. Thanks mom.
don't you want to hug and squish them???
I know all of you ladies in much much colder parts of the world are wishing for spring/summer, but not me. I'd rather die. Late spring/summer in the South is the absolute worst... it's at the top of my list of things to loathe. So I would like to start a petition to get the cooler weather to stay for good. I can feel winter slipping away already.... I am fighting it at the moment with my flannel dress, cozy sweater, super tall socks and tights, with a big knit hat in my purse just in case I need it. Yes, it was like 50 something degrees today but I don't care!