That’s just what we had…cold but amazingly beautiful. Inside we tried our hand at freestyle pumpkin carving with varied results. I let the kids go at it…each to their own pumpkin. On the bright side when the lights are out and the candles are lit they all look pretty good. Ever want to see the world through the eyes of a jack ‘o lantern? Well now you can. The life of a pumpkin…while fascinating just couldn’t keep me from the frosted world outside..care for a cup of frosted tea or coffee? The remaining leaves seem stunned. The ice looks like it’s been touched by Jack Frost himself. The grass seems stunned by this turn of frosty events…should it be green, brown or just snow covered? I think the trees got the best coverage by the frosty artist’s touch. The sun was working to melt off the frost making interesting crackling sounds everywhere. Perhaps the leaves needed a shave anyway. The snow still looked like powdered diamonds. I quickly snapped up my pictures before the sun took away this moment. Many spray their trees with chemical flocking but have you seen the real deal? Each needle covered well…perfectly in fact. Now we have a melt off…nothing looks all that beautiful at the moment but I come away grateful…I not only enjoyed the moment myself but shared the brief winter scenery here with you before it was gone.