>Snow in Georgia?


Yes, we had snow in Georgia. Hard to believe, I know, so I took a couple pictures of our deck to show those of you who said “Really? Snow in Georgia???”. Of course, it didn’t last long–about an hour one day. Then a couple days later it peppered down overnight but no accumulation to speak of. That’s snow in the deep South, y’all!

Oh, and see that patch of winter grass in the left corner of the pics, just beyond our fence? That’s my neighbors yard, where a herd of deer come to graze every night.

Unfortunately, it has been cold and wet which translates to lots of wet and muddy footprints on Carol’s floor, darn it. I have no time to stop and clean, either. Hip deep in writing and can’t stop until Friday, when I have to do massive cleaning before company comes.

Do you do that too? Just do general cleaning, then the day before someone shows up you scour the place? I hate that, but do it every time. *sigh*

About Annie Rayburn/Carol Burnside

As an author of sizzling romance, Annie takes contemporary settings. and incorporates twists with sci-fi and paranormal elements.
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2 Responses to >Snow in Georgia?

  1. randy says:

    >Wow….where you live looks SOOOOOO pretty!


  2. Carol B. says:

    >Thanks, Randy. It really is. Our property backs up to Corp of Engineer land. In summer, it’s a thick forest back there with lots of birds and wildlife. This time of year, you can hear the deer walking through the leaves and sometimes catch them eating the neighbors lovely winter grass.


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