Tommy sent me this link a friend sent him and it is so beautiful it took my breath away..as you discover when you click it on.
It is a video showing the snow falling ever so beautifully on the relics of the original entrance to the famous Pine Forest Inn….now President’s Circle in Summerville.
This snow will also go down as the longest lasting one … at least in my memory. The lake outside John and Mandy’s home is still frozen. It has become a popular place to throw snowballs. Even little Jakie has gotten into it.
We tell each other ‘ Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder’ but with this rare snow one would be hard pressed not to see how exquisite it is and how fragile. It is the fragility of it all that creates the ever- lasting memory!
The sun was just starting to set when I took this picture of the old oak tree with the hanging Spanish moss dangling with ice and frost. For the beauty of the world.
It appears big brother Rutledge has the magic touch getting his little sissy Eloise to sleep.
Day 4 and you see why roads here are still scary!
So until tomorrow … the snow is slowly but steadily leaving- take time to memorize the sheer moments of beauty.
“”Today is my favorite day! Winnie the Pooh