Wonderful Wonderland

Now I live in Missouri, but grew up in Texas, and then we didn’t know what snow was.  This is what the people woke up to.  This is from Corpus Christi up thru most of the state.  24312818_2037345416306374_6582918359927392009_n24837286_10213740167671161_8532897743054074720_o24993331_10212915263709820_1438465278555683360_nJust Thanksgiving we were walking the beach there and looking for sea glass.  I hope the kids are able to enjoy this white fluff.

Texas A&M got into the fun of the time.  https://www.facebook.com/tamu/videos/10155455221428172/?hc_ref=ART8bVDwNYUEtfuc-029aYxybLpHOcBeHxLl8krRF8fABnzBTb4zA5KqvGSe7duQjBQ

The only creating going on in my house is baking.  Yesterday made 170 sausage kolaches( not the technical name, but what my mom called them.) Today will be full day of cookies and oldest Granddaughter may be over and I will have her help me.  Life is good.

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5 thoughts on “Wonderful Wonderland

  1. Looks lovely. Here in Western NY, we are bone dry and bare. My son’s birthday is Monday — he was born in Austin during an ice storm 17 years ago 🙂 — your pictures bring back wonderful memories!

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