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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Down-South Winter Wonderland


I apologize in advance that this has nothing to do with food, but I just can't resist posting a picture of our house during the winter storm that just blasted North Carolina. I realize that 8+ inches of snow is no big deal to some of you, but this is North Carolina and with the exception of the western part of the state, we only get a storm like this every 10 years or so. Credit for this picture goes to my sweet hubby who braved the snow, ice and cold to go out and take it so I didn't have to. That just proves chivalry is alive and well in the South don't ya'll think?

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