Baby It’s Cold Outside
Out of state moves and important lessons learned during a southern’s first snow in this week’s the wrap up vol 3
Hello from OKC (Oklahoma City)! After parting ways with H-Town (Houston, TX), I am now an official resident of the great state of Oklahoma. And as an official resident of less than 1 month, I’m happy to report “so far, so good”. The pace is a lot slower and the weather is more diverse, but these are all welcome changes. And I must admit, it’s pretty nice to be closer to my parents too.
And speaking of weather . . .
Ups, Downs & All Arounds
I survived my first Oklahoma snow. I woke up and everything was covered in a blanket of white. It was beautiful.
“And with great snow comes great responsibilty . . . “
Responsibility that I just wasn’t prepared to have. And if my first snowfall was a test, I failed (miserably). Here’s what I didn’t know about when it snows: 1. Freeze Alerts = Drippy Faucets. Mental note: next time, don’t accidentally use hot water for overnight dripping. Ugh, my poor electricity bill. 2. Knitted Uggs and Wet Snow Don’t Mix. Wet feet, anyone? *adds waterproof snow boots to her online shopping list. 3. Ice Scrapers are a Necessity. Period. 4. Keep that Pantry and Fridge Full. Thank God I had just made a grocery store run. I guess I (accidentally) got at least one thing right.
& All Arounds
Currently practicing shouting “Thunder Up” for future Oklahoma City Thunder games. Now, can someone tell me exactly what “Thunder Up” means? Ok, thanks!
Best Instagram Worthy Places in Houston (picture below is one of my all time favs)
On the Internet
The Masked Singer – seriously, why are you not obsessed too?
It’s going down (or up) in the Golden Globes’ elevator – turn your sound on and prepare to laugh
And that my friends is a wrap!
Photos by: Lauren Williams & De’Zell Mathews
Photo Editing by: Yours Truly (Melissa Drake)