Monday, November 17, 2008

Looks Like Winter, Feels Like Winter, Must be Winter

That title should say it all, but it does not. It's not winter...not yet anyway. We are still, technically, in Fall (or Autumn). Outside, however, it certainly looks and feels like winter.

On Saturday, we got dumped with a foot of snow (and it continues to snow as I write this post). Remember how I was whining about how the Christmas spirit has eluded me so far? Well, with all of this beautiful snow, I am starting to feel somewhat Christmas....and I did say somewhat.

What I do mostly feel is very lucky that I am in shape, because for anyone who attempted to shovel out their driveway yesterday, I suspect there were a few calls to the hospital for heart assistance. That snow was extremely heavy. The snowblower did most of the work, but what I did manage to do was to shovel part of the driveway and all of the front porch. That was sufficient for me thank you.

The snow that is currently falling is supposed to dump even more snow overnight.

I did manage to snap a few pictures of the white stuff before the snow plows came by. Enjoy!


Barb said...

You can just keep all that snow up there, ok? We had a light dusting here last night and that's enough for me. LOL!!!

Rox said...

We have snow but it's the light, pushable kind. Of course, I haven't looked outside yet, we could be buried in it!

Unknown said...

I don't know what it's like to live in snow but it looks beautiful.

Jeni said...

To Sherry - yeah, snow does LOOK beautiful till you have to drive in it!

But anyway -some great pics there kid, but my opinion on snow -if you remember -better it falls on you than on me. I'm still trying to get myself geared up for what's gonna come our way sooner or later this winter. Yuck.

Unknown said...

Seems the snow arrives earlier and earlier each year! And that's what they call global warming! We only got 2 inches in Farnham and Montreal got nothing. Lucky us!

jeweledrabbit said...

Yes, lucky us. Hopefully, we'll continue to be lucky and have a snow-free winter. Hehe.