When I first arrived in Southern State of Red Dirt and Magnolia Trees, I was thrilled to see flowering trees. And daffodils in bloom! How wonderful it was to walk around without a winter coat on.
And then it snowed.
Yes, really. On Sunday, we got a couple of inches of snow, enough to stick on the ground. It was the heavy, wet snow that we get in April or May back at home. Spring snow, for sure, but snow none-the-less. The long driveway of green magnolia trees were covered with white. I put on my fleece, took my camera outside, and stood underneath a tree, watching as the snow came down, and laughing at how ridiculous it seemed.