February 29, 2008

Of Course...

...insert rolling eyes at this point.

More snow last night. About 5" worth.

I still haven't finished shoveling after Monday/Tuesday. And by that I mean the 1/2 of my drive I'm actually shoveling.

I got home last night at 8:00. I'm leaving in about 20 minutes. To return around 7:00 tonite.

Tomorrow? I'm working a booth at a home show.

I see no where in there with the time needed to actually clear that drive.

Oh, and since I've been driving on it, you can only imagine how nicely it is packed down.


Everyone keeps saying 'This is it. We're done now."

I need them to stop saying that. We're not done. I've known it to snow in flippin' APRIL for cryin' out loud.

No, I'll stop expecting this shit to fall around May. Yeah, we should be in the clear by then.

As beautiful as this has all been, and it has been beautiful driving around, it's become too much of a good thing. I haven't heard ANYONE say they aren't "over it". Well, no one considered sane that is.

Today we have wind. LOTS of wind. Snow is expected a couple of more times next week. Nothing major, but still..........it's like Chinese water torture. Every flippin' drop is painful.......

Posted by Tammi at February 29, 2008 07:42 AM | TrackBack

I remember it snowing in May, for my prom!

Oh wait...you didn't want me to say that.

They're right (whoever 'they' are). It's done. No more snow...March 1 the switch is turned off.

Better? Yeah, didn't think so...okay, I tried. ;)

Posted by: Lee Ann at February 29, 2008 09:13 AM

Three years ago, I watched the snow fall from my hospital window the day after I gave birth to my son - on June 6th! I hope you see lots of sunshine soon!

Posted by: lottie at February 29, 2008 10:27 AM

I hear you - oh boy, do I... *sigh*

Posted by: Richmond at February 29, 2008 11:53 AM

The weeds and wildflowers are starting to grow down here. I think I'll post pictures.

Of course you won't be putting up with temps of 95 degrees F at midnight in July and August so I reckon it all evens out in the long run.

Posted by: Peter at February 29, 2008 02:11 PM

What is this thing you call "snow"?

Posted by: bx19 at February 29, 2008 02:16 PM

Aren't there any young teen kids in your neighborhood you can pay to clear your driveway?
A donation to a local youth group might buy you some help.
If I lived closer, I'd send over my boys.

Posted by: Roses at February 29, 2008 03:51 PM

Who was it that said,"Oh, I'm a midwestern girl at heart. I love it here in the valley."

...and you left Florida for this?


Posted by: Jerry at February 29, 2008 07:05 PM
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