Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Snow, snow, snow

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Uh, it's been snowing almost every other day since Tom left on Dec. 3rd. We've accumulated quite a bit and we are probably going to get 6 more inches total today! So let's see we got 12 inches the weekend Tom left, then a 3 inch snow and maybe 6 inches today so about 21 inches in a week... that's more snow than we typically get all season... and it's not even officially winter until the 21st of December. ha ha

My grounds crew:
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Jason and Lily were so excited that Gma and Gpa came over ... until they went back outside to shovel.
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The other day we were dying to get out of the house so we just went and spent the afternoon over to Gma and Gpa's house to play and have dinner.
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I'll give another report as to our snow totals. We're getting ready to eat lunch then we are going out for some sled pulling. I'll post more pics soon.

4 comments:

  1. Katie3:29 PM

    WOW Laura!!!! I truly cannot imagine! And... you get out in that? I guess you have to if it is a "normal" thing (snow, I mean) but whew. I'm glad you have a "grounds crew" to help you : )

    And I've never owned a sled or snow boots in my life. I don't even think I would know what to do with them. Can you tell I'm a southern girl? But for me this summer 110 degrees was "normal." I guess you have to weigh your options.

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  2. Kelly3:31 PM

    Wow! I thought about you today, when I saw the weather map and we were just getting rain while you were getting MORE SNOW!!! It was a balmy 36 degrees this morning. I didn't even zip my coat! ha!
    It was really good seeing you guys last week, even if it was a short visit. Miss ya!

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  3. Geez. Snow is fun for the first 48 hours and then it's just a pain. Thank goodness you have your dad there to shovel for you!

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  4. Okay . . . I would DEFINITELY move to CA or FL after a winter like that. You are only 5 hours north, but I guess it makes a huge difference. I would go insane. Glad you are getting out and having fun in it.

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