Enjoying the journey
I'm still in shock over the whole day. The wind...ick, then the snow...ick and then the snow AND the wind....double ick. I don't think we'll ever have Spring. This is going to be our life forever isn't it? There is no hope is there?
No kidding - out like a 'thousand lions' . . .more or less! Man, I felt DEEP depression envelope me when the snow started falling horizontally - especially when you leave for church there's not a flake of snow on the ground and when you leave to go home it's ankle deep! Pass the Prozac please!
I posted a link to this photo on my blog. I couldn't bear to take a picture of something so hideous so I snarked yours.
Just remember it's spring. Before you know it the sun WILL shine and the snow WILL melt. Summer is just around the corner. Hang in there. We have the same thing happening here.
That was some storm!
My co-worker said it took six hours to get home from idaho falls to Boise on Sunday.Maybe it was a good thing I was on call
It looks like there will be no flip flops this week!!!
I drove home from St. George in this storm on Sunday. YIKES!!!
I get depressed and chilled just looking at this picture! You are MOST welcome to come and visit us. The sun is shining, it is 70 degrees out, the flowers are blooming, and I have every color of flip flops which I will be most happy to lend you. The guest room is available.
Very tempting. I will look at my calender. We cancelled our trip to Argentina in April so that frees up some time.
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