They said we would have 2 to 4 inches of snow in the Atlanta area overnight. Much excitement around town, with everyone stocking up on food to get them through, but I think it turned out to be 3/10" - something like that. There is a layer of ice that is not expected to melt until next week, so we'll muddle through that.
But all of the outdoor potted plants got to come in. The temperature won't be above freezing until next Tuesday, so in they stay until then.
And Happy New Year, my friends. I made this for New Year's Day. It's an old tradition of eating black-eyed peas, greens (such as the collards here), and pork (here we have sausage.) The black-eyed peas symbolize coins and the collards symbolize green dollars. The pork is for flavoring, I think. I turn it into a stew. It's thought that if you eat these items on New Year's, you'll have prosperity for the coming year. Here's hoping. :)