So I got out of work at 4:00 instead of 7:00 because my work wanted to make sure everyone got home safe in the storm. But what do I do? I get CiCi and head to Central Park to go snow tubing!

This man let us borrow his inner tube. I could not get a picture of the hill we were about to fly down, but it was definitely steep with many hills. There were at least 80 people sledding down, which made it very difficult and dangerous for collisions. The first time Crista and I went down the hill, we almost hit a man walking his dog. He heard our shouts and dashed out of the way just in time.

Crista was amazed at all the snowballs and wanted a picture.

Someone made a tiny family of snowmen

This was the most peaceful moment both Crista and I have ever had. The snow was untouched and far from the path. We did not hear the city horns and yells. The snow fell so softly and the light made it glisten.

The most impressive snowman I have ever seen. It had eyebrows, hair, and chubby cheeks! I love discovering the creations people make after it snows.

Days later you still can enjoy the snowmen.

The next day Crista surprised me at work on my lunch break with food! We then walked to Central Park and ate it sitting at the Bethesda Fountain.

The beautiful over hanging trees