Wordless Wednesday: How Much Longer Will Winter Last?

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Winter in Texas is usually a brief period.

While our summers may go on forever (and, if you’ve ever been through August in Texas,  you really will believe they are infinite), winter is usually a minor annoyance. A little bit of sleet. Lots of hopeful talk about snow that rarely pans out. Basically, winter is not much concern.

This year, however, winter seems to have taken hold. Week after week, we continue to have fronts that bring the chance of sleet and ice. While it’s nothing compared to the blizzards in northern states, it’s really not the winter we’re used to here. (We depend on those mild seasons that help us erase the memory of the 110 degree summer days so that we don’t pack up and look for cooler climes.)

So, for this Wordless Wednesday, we’re taking a look back at some of our favorite Texas beach photos and remembering warm walks on the sand!


Irie absolutely LOVES the beach.


She’d happily spend all day walking on the sand.


Tiki doesn’t like to get in the waves but loves walking right at the water’s edge.


We’re already planning our next trip with Irie and Tiki to the beach…once we get past these cold winter days!

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  • Oh yeah, summers in Texas last from fall to spring. I used to live there and my parents still do. I bet it is strange having such cold icky weather there so much this winter.

    • It IS strange! Our summers go on and on (and on…) so I shouldn’t complain about the cold weather…but this is weird!!