Baby, It's Cold Outside!

Posted by Grace Marketing on February 18

Happy Wednesday to all you out in HumpDay Land! It's a great day here at Grace Engineered Products. A little cold, but still a great day. The temp was flirting with zero when I was driving into work and the good ol' Mississippi River was chunky with ice and choppy from the wind. Typical weather for the Midwest this time of year, so we all do what we can to stay warm.

Here are some images I found where some people and animals took unique ways to keep warm. Hey, I don't judge...just thought it would put a smile on your face!



















reindeer warm









car sweater







turkey suit







kid and mom








funny hat








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