Living in SC means we rarely get snow. The first year or so Craig and I were married we got a big snow storm, and Craig had to shovel our driveway with the shovel we use to scoop dog poo hahaha. We have been married for almost 5 years now. So, the following Thanksgiving, he bought a snow shovel while we were in Ohio. Three years went by before SC got snow again lol (of course)...Well we just finished up our 4th snow day in 2 weeks, which is crazy for SC. We had a snow day 2 weeks ago, and we are going on our 3rd for this week. The first snow day was all snow. This week it was a lot of snow, then sleet, then a little freezing rain, then more snow. It was a huge deal for all of SC because over 300,000 people lost power and a lot still have no power. We were extremely lucky to be on the line of people getting snow and sleet the first day, which is why I think our area wasn't impacted so much with power outages. While us and everyone north of us were getting snow, everyone below us was getting sleet first. Anyway, I am extremely thankful we did not lose power because we would be freezing and bored!
|and this was before even more snow|