Looks like I'm all set for Thanksgiving!
We traditionally have our Thanksgiving on Friday
because it's an easier day for me.
Today, is a Snow Day - NO SCHOOL (work)!
I'm going to go and play with ...Happy Thanksgiving!
Frostbite occurs when skin and other tissues are exposed to very cold temperatures. It can occur within minutes following exposure to extreme temperatures, or even in above-freezing temperatures if there is a strong wind (wind chill) or if the person is at high altitude or wet. Frostbite usually affects the hands, feet, nose, cheeks, and ears. Superficial frostbite injures the skin and tissues just beneath it, but usually does not permanently injure tissue. Deep frostbite, which also affects muscle, nerves, and blood vessels, may result in tissue death, a condition known as gangrene.