Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass- it is about learning to dance in the rain.

Saturday, February 02, 2008

February 1, 2008

The snow shovelers arrived early with the entire family. The eight year old wielded the snow blower like a pro.

It's a good eight inches deep and still coming down.

He cleared things out very nicely.

His work ethic is amazing for such a little boy battling a big snow storm!!!

Out my kitchen window.

Looking south out my kitchen window.

Later in the day, returning home from work, I snapped random scenes from my car window.
Here are some of them.

The snow is beautiful. I was happy to be home and out of the storm. I think we got about twelve inches total by the end of the day. Lots of that beautiful white stuff. But at least it isn't so cold. Upper twenties only. (24-29 degrees most of the day)


Still Learning said...

It is beautiful!

marina said...

thanks, PJ for stoping by you understand me!! and yes I so miss them a year and a half later ..Oh well it was too good to be ture unless I am very rich wish I am not.
Love your pictures they are so beautiful! Blessing,marina

Mama P said...

First off, how did you get a statue of me to pose next to in your bio?

Second, would you hate me if not only I drove very slow, making you late for your appointments, but some of this past week I spent in my tank top. Ah, California.

But then we got frozen out when it hit 60 degrees.

Seriously, beautiful pics. I know you don't believe this, but I envy the snow toting crowd. What a joy it would be for my children. I'll be showing them the photos later.

My Kid's Mom said...

Beautiful pictures. I really, really miss the snow. I grew up in Northern Michigan, so 12 inches was a "normal" amount to get every few days. We're lucky if we get 2 inches at a time here in Ohio. Those pictures make me homesick!

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