I am so, so sorry.It's been such a relentless winter, I'm just over it.
everybody here just gets soooo... excited about snow. It is just snow! One comment, though. Hello Gorgeous has not had a snow shovel in her hands for years. I don't think she would recognize one, actually...
Right. That means you, "anon" husband of mine.Seems to me I would not need a shovel if "someone" had not left my snowblower, "unnecessarily" imported from Chicago, on the porch, from whence it was pilfered.Oh, snap.
Haha! That's exactly what my back "yard" looks like, too. Since the plows are not coming anywhere near here for days, there are all sorts of little trails up and down the roads. Poor Connor is freaked out!
I think you've been 'busted'. Poor Meg!
Start digging!! Good luck without the snow blower, mind you it would have to have been one almighty powerful machine to get rid of that load.....xv
Won't it just melt? ( that's my sorry attitude!)
It snowed like that when I lived in DC - 1986 through 1990. They completely and totally freaked out.I am with David. Over the winter thing already. It is snowing here in Denver, but looks like just an inch or so.HG I only hope that this is winter's last gasp for the beast coast and your gone lamented snow blower.
It's even cold in Austin.NO MORE WINTER!!!
Oh my goodness! I hope you're surviving okay!!
WoW! Have fun in that mess. It's a good time to stay inside next to a cozy fire! What did Obama call it? "Snowmageddon!"Stop by my place ... I've got some kudos for you and your blog! It is still one of my very favorites!
That is just amazing! Hope that you're staying warm! Thanks so much for your comment and visit.
Sorry about the snow but all and all it's a great photo... have a nice weekend!
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