This is the first day of the historic snow and ice storm. My area, in Missouri, was predicted to get 2 feet of ice on top of 2 inches of ice. The storm shifted and we got about an inch of ice and a couple inches of snow. At the time of this picture, I was getting a bit worried. I didn't want the power to go out, due to the storm. Thankfully, it did not happen.
With an inch of ice, this is what our driveway looked like. Ice skating, anyone?
My very photogenic dog, Daisy.
Ryder still isn't into taking pictures these days, so I'll take what I can get. Even if my husband is looking a little scruffy.
If you are wondering, the hubs now up to par ;)
Ice forming on the bird feeder.
We finally got a good batch of nice and fluffy snow. I've been promising the boys that we would make snow ice cream, once we have a decent amount of snow. We were finally able to make some. The boys absolutely loved it! I used this simple recipe from Allrecipes.
As a former skateboarder, I really love seeing skateboarding brand clothing for kids. I think it's super cute.
BTW Independent is a truck company. They are the part that connects the wheels to the board.
Again, Ryder doesn't like his picture taken. He tried putting my lens cover back on my camera.