Al Gore is full of beans.  For your consideration, yet another snowfall (if somewhat light) here in Southeast Texas.  I think this makes the third time I’ve seen snow in and around my hometown a mere 30 miles from Galveston, in my entire life (almost 45 years …..)

There’s not a flippin’ thing “warm” about what’s happening in my front yard right now:

Our back gate …

The swing AJ built from salvaged oak floor boards when his dad had his floor replaced ….

A blanket of snow on the back of my truck ….

While I know it won’t stay around until tomorrow (yesterday’s high was in the 70’s, so the ground is much too warm for it to last), it was falling heavily enough to put up a good fight!

Our tulip magnolia in front of my kitchen window ….

More pictures of my tulip magnolia …

The dogs’ little house in the back run (they are so spoiled — they never use this, we just have it in case they are in the backyard and need some shade — 95% of the time, they are 100% house pups looking for a lap to crawl into — even the 65 lb. golden retriever!  Yikes!)

Anyway, thought ya’ll would enjoy a little peek at what’s happening here tonight!  🙂  (I promise New Orleans photos are coming soon ….)

4 thoughts on “The Inconvenient Truth is …

  1. Woohoo! Isn’t it neat? I’ve lived here all my life (which is almost 52 years) and I’ve seen snow here probably 7 or 8 times, but this is the heaviest I can remember in our area. I posted a bunch of pics.And yes, “Al Bore” is full of it, alright!


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