Good thing we had bread and milk

We had a “snow storm” last week in Nashville. Thank God it’s just about all melted away now. I may be a former Pennsylvania girl but there is a reason we moved South; I can’t handle this cold! I recognize those clouds …

It’s all about the layering. Seriously, for the past 5 days I’ve been wearing 2 pairs of socks, tights/leggings under my jeans and sometimes 5 or 6 layers on top (tank tops, t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, sweater, 2 zip up hoodies …) Have I mentioned I HATE being cold??

Because it’s a novelty and this is the most snow Nashville has seen in the 6 winters we’ve been here, I did take quite a few photographs. I guess I can appreciate the beauty of it a little bit.

The frost on my car windows when the sun shines on in the morning is particularly charming.

There is a joke around these parts that anytime there are flurries in the forecast, everyone runs out to the grocery store to stock up on bread and milk in case they’re snowed in for days. It’s true – avoid gas stations and groceries stores!

I’m very thankful for the new down puffer coat I got for Christmas. Thanks Mom.

Cute rain boots – zero insulation but 100% water proof.

Ok. I’m ready for summer now. Bring on the heat!

3 Responses to Good thing we had bread and milk

  1. Susan says:

    Ahhh. A Snowstorm. Hee hee! (I really do appreciate how it means something completely different depending on where you are living and how long you have lived there!) I’m glad you didn’t stay snowed in for long and that you had bread, milk, & toilet paper! Goodness!

  2. Amy says:

    wow, you wear more layers than me!!! i need to get me some leggings to wear under my jeans!!

  3. Jess says:

    cute pictures from your house . . . i didn’t honestly believe you had snow that stuck until i saw the pictures!

    i see the Penzey’s made the blog photos, hope you guys like cooking with them too, otherwise at least these look cute on display 🙂

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