Ya know, you are all being VERY greedy about the snow this year! Not that we want much, but we've only gotten an inch so far, and TBT wants a chance ta use his fancy-pants snow-thrower at least once this year. You should really talk to your weather-beins and demand they share-the-wealth!
I'm surprised that since ya'll get bunches of snow (seems to happen about every year???) that you don't have a garage vs. those car ports. Do they survive all that snow regularly??
My goodness, gracious me.The good side of it is that your Mom will be home all day ( and night) with you.Noela Sydney Australia
Aaannnndddd it's not over yet.
Cuddle up with your mom, Millie, and stay warm.MeganSydney, Australia
Millie, it is not looking like a winter wonderland anymore. Now it just looks like a pain in the rear end. We hear more is headed your way later this week too. Maybe your mom should sew a red flag & attach it to a long pole. That way if the house gets buried in snow you can signal for a rescue crew to dig you out. Our mom made the English muffin bread yesterday using your recipe. Said it saw the easiest bread she ever made & the quickest too. She did mutter about her arm muscles being whimpy as she tried to beat the stiff batter. She munched a couple slices after toasting them & said your recipe is definitely a keeper. Now she doesn't have to buy the store stuff that has strange ingredients in it. Besides, the homemade tastes much better & has a nice crunch. Thanks again for sharing the recipe. It made our mom very happy.
Hang in there! Mum amembers a few years back when one winter there was like 120 inches of snow in our area. Enuf already!
Sending warm and purry thoughts your way to help you get through the storm!
Oh my cod and toona. It just never stops for y'all, does it???We hope the weather changes for you soon.Have you ever had a WHEN WHEN end in June? MOL!
Wowee that sure is a lot of snow. Keep warm and cosy my friends.
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