On Friday I drove by this house and fortunately had my camera with me. It tells a beautiful Easter weekend story. The yellow ribbons and flags told me that there were probably tears of joy in this house. Also notice the green grass and lack of snow compared to the pictures coming up.
Leslie and Rachel came up for the weekend before Easter. Leslie and her girls stayed on until Wednesday. Edie was pretty excited about the Easter baskets we put together for the Grandkids. We have a cat that Leslie brought home about 15 years ago who is still happy to see her come visit. Some days we call her Leslie and some days we call her Creepy depending on the cats behavior.
The kids all went home and on Friday a storm began to roll in. We woke up Saturday morning to a raging snow storm. The Rexburg Medical Center was opening soon so Jeff and I put on our winter clothes that we really did not get to wear due to the mild winter. I love my gloves I bought which are little animals.
My little animal gloves were not too sure about this shoveling task but they were helpful when I had to get out and scrape the windows off. (I already removed the snow scrapers from the cars).
The snow came down so fast it covered the side walks back up again in minutes. Did I mention the 30 mile and hour winds and zero visibility on the roads.
This road a block from my house was closed due to blowing and drifting snow.
Three hours before this snow plow came out the roads were bare.
The good news is the sun is out on this Easter morning. The snow is already melting. Happy Easter and Conference Sunday!