Here are some photos that I had taken just in our neighborhood!
The day before Superbowl Sunday (Feb 2nd) there was no snow around our Neighborhood!
This is our home on Feb 5th. Our grass was visible on Feb 2nd...but by the next morning on Feb 3rd, it was covered in snow.
A view our home through our neighbors river birch. They look like fragile fingers in ice covered gloves.
Many of the river birch, like this one, were bent, bowed, and broken with the weight of the ice from the ice storm.
It was absolutely breathtaking to see all the beauty of the sunshine reflecting from the snow and ice.
Feb 7thThe ornamental grass look like stalks of spun gold.
Feb 7thFrozen fir trees, with limbs also touching the ground beneath them.
The snow sparkles down a path...that seems to promise a secret passage way towards the bright blue, sunlit skies and fluffy clouds.
Here is another view as I stand at the top of our driveway. The clouds look like they are gracefully floating, enjoying the views beneath them. (None of these photos were taken with any special filters...I wish that I could have captured the absolute, amazing sights...but nothing can compare to seeing everything as it was in real life!)
Here are a few more photos, taken on Feb 12th... celebrating our nuptials in snowy Wisconsin...
My handsome hubby, handsome dad, beautiful mom, and handsome little brother (our ring bearer).
Cutting our wedding cake and very nicely :o) feeding each other a bite.
...I didn't have a bouquet of flowers, but was holding 3 long stem roses.
Fast forward 32 years later to Feb 12, 2014...on a snowy Kentucky morning...
I woke up to these three long stem roses and a card from my wonderful, handsome hubby that he had for me before he left for work.
This is a photo taken, on our way to our 6pm reservations to a great little supper club in a town near where we live.
Here we are enjoying our delicious meal. Everything was perfect. I love that the music playing was ones sung by artists like Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mathis, etc...
& a special treat was the amazing Chocolate Raspberry torte with ganache made in house and given to us, on the house :o)
And here are some art drawn with "N" names...
This monogram PNK was drawn with
P entirely with the groom's name PATRICK
N entirely with their last name NALL
K entirely with the bride's name KRISTA
This initial N was drawn with the first name NICOLE
This little lion is guarding this letter N...They were drawn with this little guy's first name NOAH.
(shown in black and white and also after color was added to the little lion.)
Joining in with Jenny's Alphabe-thursday's letter N!