My sister said her son called her and informed her it was nuts at his school. Everyone was running outside to feel and play in the snow, teachers included. I heard it was quite a while before order could be restored.
My children's school allowed them to go outside to enjoy the snow as well. At Tera's concert that night you could tell everyone was in a happy mood.
See the my neighbor's palm orchard in the back ground? Snow in the palms!
Here is my sago with a little snow build up.
Here is one of the chicken tractors. See the orange trees loaded with fruit in the back?
Some Christmasy ones with little pillow peppermints.
Here is the simple and yummy icing recipe. I don't know why anyone buys canned icing. This is so easy, cheap and tastes much much better.
16 oz of confectioner's sugar
1 stick of butter
1 tsp of vanilla extract
1/2 cup of cocoa (natural unsweetened)
A little milk (to get consistency)
Put everything but milk into mixer bowl. Add a little milk and mix gently at first to keep from scattering sugar. Keep mixing until consistency is correct, add milk a little bit at a time until the icing is soft and thick but not runny. The key is to continue to whip until icing is light and fluffy. If you like your icing more chocolaty add more cocoa.
Variations: Substitute lemon juice or bananas for cocoa
Double or triple or quadruple or....whatever...the recipe to get as much icing as you need.