Keira rushed so much, she got her boots on the wrong feet :)
I wish I rolled out of bed looking like this.
Karis finally made it down, but she was still half-asleep, bless her heart. The snow actually shows up the best on her dark hair and sweatshirt.
I also don't know how she got up later and the sky appears darker in the picture of her. I'm sure it has to do with the skill of the picture-taker. Or maybe the first pictures I took were when she came down.
I don't know.
I can't even remember what I ate for dinner yesterday.
Snow apparently can actually transform our neighborhood to appear a little bit beautiful.
The used up hay and foam on our roof from our swamp coolers even looks a lot nicer covered in snow.
Definitely not Norman Rockwell quality, but better than normal...
This is it, folks. This median shows the extent of our snowfall.
It was sad and beautiful all at the same time. But those of you who live in places where it "really " snows have the benefit of seeing what I could only imagine.
A clean, blanket of fallen snow.
It covers all the dirt, trash, and ugliness and everything becomes glorious. Just like our lives, when He covers our sins and washes them white as snow.
What a sweet, visual picture and good reminder.
Hang onto that thought today. If you are found in Him, all the sin, secrets, ugliness, and dirt of your life is covered by His blood.
And it's beautiful!