The snow was late this year. Last year, we had feet of snow by this time.
This morning, when I got up and went to work, the ground was dry. No snow. Not even frost on the windshield.
By the time I got home from work today at 4:30, my house looked like this:
Yeah, that’s a good couple of inches, with the wind blowing drifts up to a foot deep.
I recently went to New Orleans for a work related conference. I was fortunate enough to be able to spend a few days down there before my conference started. I got to meet up with one of my cousins that I hadn’t seen in 15 or so years. And we had a few days to hang out and run around the French Quarter.
This is Kyrstin, my coworker, eating alligator for the first time. She told me later that she didn’t really like it. To me, it tastes kinda like chicken. I thought it would taste fishy, but it doesn’t.
This is my cousin Gina. She live up the road a way in Mississippi, but she made the trip to come for a visit. She was a lot of fun and I hope to get a chance to go down there for a visit sometime next year.
We took a carriage drive around the French Quarter at night. It was really pretty and we stopped a couple times for drinks. It was neat being able drive though and get drinks. It was also neat walking around with fruity frozen drinks in our hands.
On one of the nights, Gina came down with Aunt Lynn and we all went to Emeril’s restaurant for dinner. The wine was good. The food was great and the company was beyond compare.
The conference was good too, but who takes pictures of that? I learned a lot and it was a great experience. But the best part was visiting with Gina and walking around New Orleans.