1. Watching the dogs watch my husband help the neighbor get unstuck during his pre-shovel shovel. Is that a word? A pre-shovel shovel in my definition is what you do BEFORE the snow plow comes to prevent you from really getting stuck. Then, the snow plows comes and you get to shovel some more. Wow, what fun! (Can you hear the sarcasm)
2. A chance to take a picture of an oven and a snow blower. . . together. . . in my house. . . in my kitchen. On this particular day, my husband had to bring the snow blower in the house to WARM it up as it wouldn't start. 3. MINNESOTA POEM
It's winter in Minnesota
And the gentle breezes blow
seventy miles an hour
at twenty-five below
Oh, how I love Minnesota
When the snow's up to your butt
You take a breath of winter
And your nose gets frozen shut
Yes, the weather here is wonderful
So I guess I'll hang around
I could never leave Minnesota'
Cause I'm frozen to the ground!
4. A missing husband (above) and a frozen husband (below)5. My kitchen window from the INSIDE (with my vase of marbles and fake flowers).
(hint, hint Danny)
6. And, last, but not least AT ALL.