I am very grateful for South Texas winters where most of time they are mild.
You can honestly get away with wearing shorts and flip-flops all year, but there are some years that it really does get
And anything lower than 70* is considered
If you come to my town, and there happens to be a cold front you will
long lines at Krispy Kreme donuts, longer lines at Delia's tamales, everyone and I mean everyone sporting their boots, scarfs mittens and even
And It doesn't ever snow here
Well, once in 2004 and that was literally a
A post for the future...
Today it is 43*
I am looking out the window it is gorgeous the sun has finally peaked though it's been really cloudy, cold and wet. Tealyn is napping, I've got the washer and dryer going, and I'm on my second cup of coffee. We have been cooped up in this house for what feels like forever... I promise I'm not complaining, I know some of you have it way colder than us, and I can't even imagine that, but when you have a baby who wants to explore walking everywhere and is drooling, fussy and irritable from teething and it's drizzling for the 4th day straight well, you can go a little crazy trying to come up with different baby indoor playing activities without having to resort to TV and the Ipad.
Now it is 1.00 pm
A very slow pace stroller ride around our neighborhood and then afterwards we lay on the hammock, sing songs and feel the nice warmth of the sun on our faces.
This is what we Texans eat when temperatures drop a few degrees
even if it's only in the 50's now.
What is your cold day like?