Friday, March 25, 2011

this house does not recognize

Oh thank god it's snowing again!

It hasn't snowed for almost 24 hours and I was starting to get really concerned that those three-foot snow banks would melt before June and I would be forced to do yard work.

I'm thinking a family pack of Snuggies might be what's needed to get us through the next two months. It'll be perfect for huddling on the chesterfield, drinking at noon, and gaining another ten pounds. All the while strategizing how to overthrow the government.

What are your long-term plans for this spring?

7 comments:

Wandering Coyote said...

OMG, this is just getting so farking ridiculous. It dumped with snow here, too, and I nearly had a breakdown. I don't have any long-term plans for the spring now - other than surviving until actual spring actually shows up...

27thstreet said...

That covers it. Then spring will come in earnest, trout will rise, morels will appear and birds will sing.

umbrellalady said...

Where would we Canadians be without our snow? Heavens forbid that we have time for an election between the snowbanks and potential flooding...

L said...

I will find any excuse to get out into the sun and forget every word that somehow relates to snow.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

The women's world curling championships are on tv, WC, so there's that! If it was nice out, we would miss it!

I have noticed that the resident jackrabbit is starting to turn quite brown, Mr Anchovy. He is rather noticeable against the backdrop of all that snow.

The flood threat sure looks dire for you folks this year, Kathy. Will it be as bad as 97, as they forecast it will be?

That's probably the healthiest strategy, Lesley. Oddly, we have no seen the sun in a week, which is highly unusual for these parts. No excuse, I realize, but I am still using it as one.

leazwell said...

After reading your plans for spring it is clear that I have overplanned. I'm going to shave back my schedule do more watching- the-grass-grow stuff. But first the drive to the in-laws in
Florida must be done. We depart Sunday.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Have a safe and pleasant journey, Leazwell. By all means trim back the to-do list, but don't forget the daily blogging commitment.