I came up with a silly idea last year, of making a wreath to put on my door. But instead of “Let it Snow” I did “Better Not Snow”. It is funny because I live in Georgia.
Then I realized that I don’t do door wreaths, so this partial project has languished on my tablet since then. Better that it be free and maybe someone else with a silly sense of humor that lives in a warm winter area can take it and run with it.
The word “Snow” is a different color in case someone wants to cut it by itself to create a layer instead of engrave.
After growing up in Utah, then coming back to do college at Utah State, I’m definitely over the snow! Nor do I wish to visit family for the holidays, since I also no longer own any clothes/coats for lower than 40 degrees
In Missouri we get our fair share of snow and frigid temperatures as well as heat and humidity in the summer. I have to say I would ‘miss’ playing in the snow if I didn’t live here. We have family get togethers and go sledding at least once in the winter. Our adult men like to sled but they use trucks, etc. and make it crazy enough to cause some concern…maybe because i’m getting older
I lived in Fort Myers, FL and Jacksonville, NC, before settling in Georgia, and agree, Florida is definitely not the South! One main reason for that is that only after air conditioning was invented did Florida start filling up, population wise. Which means nearly everyone is an immigrant over the last 50-60 years or so, and mostly from the rest of the East coast states. Wonderful to learn about NOLA, I love Caribbean food and music
@awebs76 this would definitely be red cape waved in front of Mother Nature in Canada!
Got it in one, since who would choose to live there otherwise That was nearly 20 years ago, so my memory is pretty hazy, but it was nice to be relatively close to the beach!
I’ve been combing the forum lately and stumbled on your daughter’s Army grad pics – very neat, and congrats to her! Although it floors me that any service’s “boot camp” would allow any contact more than just mailed letters So weird to have access to a cell phone, no matter the time limit!