They said 10-16"of white stuff was predicted across the state, and I couldn't wait. I really, really, really needed it for a lot of reasons. However, asking the Pres last night what we got, whenever he told me "about 4", I said under my breath...bah-humbug!
The local weather had explained that strong winds from MA (North of us) had created a "dry pocket" in the NE corner and that was us.
Hitting the sheets like a sad, spoiled little girl, I thought well it will be easier for us to clean up...especially at our age. After breakfast, I waited patiently for the Pres to wake up, eat and get dressed because I'd told him that I would run the snow blower rather than shovel. Following the suggestion from our local news channel to shovel in segments, yesterday I made two separate runs...one at 9 am then the second at 11:30 am. It was after my second shoveling escapade that the Pres just told me not to bother.
Well, now I have to retract my disgruntled attitude along with the bah-humbug". We got 10"!! As you can see, the only footprints in the snow were made with my boots...so far.
seeing, saying, sharing...