Winter showed up in Boston like never before. And stayed. Boston experienced record-breaking snow accumulation -- over 105 inches -- most from late January - mid February. But that doesn't really matter when you're on a mission.  Asa Cary, founder of Cary Out Agency, scheduled 'Love Thy Neighbor', an event to feed the homeless in Boston, on February 14. Berklee School of Music provided a workspace and sandwiches, donors contributed funds for bags, water, juice, snacks and toiletries, and friends pitched in to pack, perform and deliver. It was beautiful, inside and out. Nothing feels better than giving. And outside, snow began to fall again. Friends with SUVs made deliveries to local shelters, then dashed home, just in time to be snowed in three more days. It was worth every moment.