Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Six inches of snow


The light fluffy stuff, thank goodness, so I didn't throw my back out shoveling it. (I gotta get a different shovel. The one that came with the garage just doesn't scrape like I want it too.)

The little guy couldn't take but 20 minutes of being outside. We'll have to work on that. I have to go easy on him. I don't think he's ever experienced temps in the teens before. We'll wean him slowly. We've got alllll winter.

6 comments:

Andrew said...

Get him up to Wood's Ranch and send him down in a tube! That should initiate him! Woohoo!

Pam said...

HEY who are your neighbors across the street? Taken any peace offerings to them yet?

Lourie said...

Ooohhh! Teens!!!! Brrrrr! I'm with him. let me be inside with a nice cup of hot chocolate. Looks beautiful tho.

Elaine said...

I'm so not happy about this.... I don't know what to do with myself with the cold!


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Nikia, May and da kids said...

He's a kid and once you teach him, stand back sister. Those kids act like they were born in the stuff. My kids came straight from the islands to Minnesnowda and were culture shocked and then after the first few days of their first life with snow, they act like they were always snow babies. Good luck with the weather and your family adjusting to it.

May

Sarah Bishop Jackson said...

The older I get the less I like the snow and the cold! (let alone shoveling it)