Winter Wonderland

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And now, for good reason, Atlanta is basically shut down.  The white fluffy, fun snow from last night….

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has now turned to pure ice. It’s nasty out there right now.

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The roads are not driveable and I’m pretty sure we couldn’t leave the neighborhood if we tried.  There is a huge hill you must go up to get out and with the ice I’m sure our car wouldn’t be able to go up it.  But, no worries.  At least the neighbor can back out of his driveway to the unplowed road.  He was out there snow blowing at 7:30am this morning!

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Seriously.  Who even owns a snow blower in Atlanta?  Don’t get me wrong, I love my neighbor.  They are a really cool family with three little kids that are adorable.  I just enjoy the fact that his driveway is cleared, but he can’t go anywhere.

So Happy Snow Day Atlanta!  We’ll be out there enjoying the white stuff a little later today and I’m sure we’ll have pictures to share!  My super cute pink polka dot (clearance) boots are sure getting a lot of use this season already!

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Comments

  1. Oh man! You’re killing me showing off those boots–I wanted some too!
    I love that your “neighbor has a clear driveway, but can’t go anywhere!” He is an optimist!
    Where’s the snow man or snow fort and what do Milo and Delta think?

  2. Snow is beautiful, but definitely not fun to drive in – especially when it turns into ice! We have the same thing, and more coming!

  3. Great photos! Hope you had fun in it today!

  4. Typical Suburban Family says:

    Bet you never thought that would happen!! I know I didn’t. Lol!!

  5. You have more snow than we do. Weird!

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