Snowy Wednesday

Rather than write about yesterday, I will show you in photos what happened all day. It snowed plain and simple. We were only supposed to get anywhere from a dusting to 2 inches. I think that we ended up with closer to 4 to 5 inches. And the nice thing is that I was able to work on my mittens all day at work. (One advantage of being the only one in the office yesterday.)

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And a note to my neighbor who knows nothing about this blog. I will have the snowplow pile the snow in front of your parking space next time. You have have been asked several times to not pile the snow where you do and to put ice melt down if you do decide to shovel. I also want the name of your insurance company because I really think I may need to go to the doctor after falling in the shared driveway again today because the bare driveway was a sheet of ice. And no, I couldn’t tell. The driveway looked dry.

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  1. Ouch! People just don’t understand their snow responsibilities down here. I hope you aren’t hurt too much!

  2. How beautiful! I’m so jealous of your winter wonderland.

    I hope you aren’t hurt too badly. Maybe you could get some of the guys from the fire station to come over and reciprocate with a 6 foot mound of snow in front of their front door???

  3. Wonderful snow day! What a crappy neighbor — I hope you’re OK.

    Did you ever see the movie Beautiful Girls? There’s a scene where a guy with a plow on his pick-up completely plows in his ex-girlfriend’s driveway and garage that’s absolutely priceless.

  4. Oh no, sorry about your fall! I need to talk one of my roommates into getting a bag of ice melt stuff. I’m sure they’ll think I should lug home the 25 lb. bag on the metro…

  5. kenworthknitter

    I’m so sorry that you fell. I know how your body takes a jolt when that happens, although, knock on wood, I haven’t fallen in some time. Of course, now that I’ve said that, I’ll fall the next time we stop somewhere.

    Your pictures of the snow are pretty and I love the pictures, just don’t like being out in it much, 🙂