I am still alive and kicking! ha Three months have passed without a post. I truly got out of the habit. I tried to check in occasionally but that didn't work very well either. No excuses, just got busy and had lots of fun.
I'll fill you in as time goes by but for today let's talk Christmas and Blizzard!
We were placed under a severe winter weather watch on Christmas Eve with possibility of blizzard. I had to laugh at that cause I had windows up while cooking dinner. It was so hot. Yesterday afternoon I wasn't laughing. Around 3 PM it started to rain mixed with sleet. By 4 PM our power was out. Just after dark the blizzard arrived. Hubby drove down the road to see if anyone had power and when he returned his tracks were already filled with snow. It was brutal. No heat all night and the gas logs decided to go on strike during the outage. Got pretty cool during the night but with lots of blankets on the bed, we survived. My only worry was where will my morning coffee come from. Hubby (electrician) thought the situation over during the night and bypassed something and turned something off....etc, etc and got the lights and outlets on by 7:30 this morning....whew. Coffee, but no heat. I can survive that. With 200,000 people without electricity I didn't have much hope for it but miraculously the power was on by noon. "Good Job Entergy"
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. We certainly did. The family was all here for Christmas Eve. We had a delicious dinner then opened presents. Little ones sure make Christmas special.
It seems like yesterday that Lacey and Jackson were toddlers and now look at them.
16 and 13.....wow
Lila is 3 years 4 months old and Brooks is 7 1/2 months.....I'm afraid to blink or they will be 16 and 13.
We tried to get a group photo and let me tell you that is no easy task. Photographers earn every penny they charge to get little ones to look at the camera and be still......
Lila was so interested in Lacey's pretty hair that she could care less about looking at the camera. Then she ran off. Lots of exploring to do in Nanny's yard. She calls it going on an adventure. (yes, straight from Jake and the Neverland Pirates)
With 3 adults trying to arrange them and snap shots quickly we did manage to get one or two good ones
These are our first shots of the four of them together. Can you imagine how thrilled I am to have these pictures. Time goes by so fast that you just have to stop and capture it for all time.
Such a fun day.
Tomorrow (or soon) I will show you the blizzard photos.