Getting his gear on is a pain, but his adorableness is worth it!
I can get through the holidays because there's so much fun thrown in. And January is a month we simply have to 'get through.' Then February is a short month and we pack some fun stuff in there as well. By March, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Mostly, I just 'survive' winter. Someday we'll move south.
My husband is hot. (Literally and figuratively in this photo.)
But once in awhile, a day like today comes along. It's sunny, and warm (30 degrees) and beautiful. I open my kitchen window a crack and breathe in the outside air. I go outside without the cold biting my lungs and freezing my nosehairs. I actually enjoy the day. It refreshes my spirits and I am grateful for it.
A path from the front door through the new tunnel.
A facebook friend just said he heard on the news that February and March are going to be among the coldest and snowiest on record. I'll get through it, if God gives me breather days similar to the one we had today.
My husband's handiwork.
In other things to be grateful for, the photos are of a tunnel Cory built for the kids. He so totally rocks.