Thursday, February 11, 2010

This Is How I Feel About The Snow

This is pretty.

This is a pain.

Pretty.

Pain.

Pretty.

Pain.

Get the idea?

6 comments:

Phyllis said...

Oh I get it alright! Especially when I'm left at home to shovel alone because hubby is staying in the city! Going to be sore for days. I hope you have a snowblower!

Sue said...

Poor you, Phyllis!
No, we don't have a snowblower. The snow is too heavy for that anyway. Luckily, I have a strong young man at home to do the heavy lifting, while I take the pictures. But this stuff isn't going anywhere anytime soon.

Emily said...

Wow! Look at all of that snow. I think it's all pretty! I've never had to shovel in my life, though.

Java Joggers said...

A pretty pain, indeed! I was surprised that WW did such a good job of clearing our streets so quickly. Some of the neighboring towns... not so hot!

DebCarol said...

Oh I get the picture all right ~ Our power went out at 8 o'clock on Wed. night, didn't come back on until 5 PM yesterday. Freezing, dark house. And lost everything in the fridge. And sadly alot of my shrubs, some major tree limbs etc. Am so done with this winter!! But good to be back online.

Sue said...

Em,
IF you had had to shovel, you wouldn't think it was so purdy! I think I need some of your brownies to get me through the rest of the winter...or weekend - take your pick.

Hey JJ,
AND you've been out running in the snow. You're so intrepid!

DC,
POOR YOU! I am so sorry for your troubles. That really is the pits! I hope you abandoned ship and went to warmer climes! The silly thing is if you could have just moved the fridge outside, all that stuff would have been fine.

I'm waiting to see if the trees will spring back. It's hard to get to some of them through the snow.