We don't get a lot of snow in Georgia. I've lived here for 20 years and I can count on my fingers how many "big" snows we've ever had. My definition of a "big" snow is any amount of snow that 1. covers the grass up and 2. you can make a snowman with. That snowman may be only one foot tall, but if it's still a snowman. We had one of the biggest snows I've ever seen here last Friday. It started snowing around 1:30 and didn't stop until after I went to bed. The kids spent their last night in Georgia playing with friends in the snow. The plan was to leave first thing Saturday morning to drive down to Florida to visit Dave's parents. We pushed it back to noon until the roads melted a little and also to let the kids play.
Bailey made a snow angel.
I marveled at making a foot print in the snow and NOT seeing grass underneath! We had almost 4 inches!
Jake made a snowman.
Then they removed the head and took turns jumping off of him!
While we played, Dexter the cat claimed his spot in front of the fire.