Friday, January 31, 2014


That's what you are ... 

unforgettable: adjective,  earning a permanent place in the memory; impossible to forget; indelibly impressed on the memory ...

I'd say that pretty much sums you up, January Twenty-Fourteen. You with your brutal temps. Your ice & snow freezing mountainous rural roads, making travel treacherous and nerve-racking.


Our storm door --- frozen over.
Thankfully, there was good in you.
My Sailor and his family were home for 11 days after a two-year absence. This made my heart very, very happy.

My grandgirlies were finally together. Giggle galore!

"Please Nana. Can we have a slumber party?"

Looks like I said "Yes" ;)

My KyKy loving on her Papaw.
Our family welcomed a new little one. My niece, Lauren Brooke was born ...
Girlfriend weighed in at 9 lbs. 14 oz.
And the next day, we celebrated my cousin Greg's 50th birthday.

Even a non-snow lover, such as myself can appreciate that you had your moments of beauty.


So January 2014 ... you were not without your charms.

I think Nat King Cole summed it up perfectly ...  "unforgettable in every way and forever more, that's how you'll stay" ...  You've made your mark and you'll not be soon forgotten.

Go on now. It's time for you to leave. It's February's time to shine. With that thought, I'll close with a prayer ...
"Dear Lord, please don't let that stupid groundhog see his shadow"

1 comment:

  1. Wonderful photos of snow and family! We've had one of our mildest winters ever, but apparently the rest of the country got the brunt of it. I hope it's warming up now :)


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