Sunday, January 31, 2010

Because posting comics distracts me from checking on flights to Tahiti...

Mass amounts of snow...more on the way...sub-freezing temps...two munchkins demanding entertainment...the same munchkins who were bouncing off the walls waiting, oh so patiently, to go out and play...half an hour later, covered in snow, battle scarred from a falling icicle ...dragging an almost lost mitten requesting to go back inside and drink hot chocolate...please.

Rose Is Rose

And have I mentioned I was raised in the tropics? I do not, however, vacuum.

6 comments:

Meadowlark said...

:( Sad for you. Hang in there.

And sad for me too, because every day has been in the mid-40s and this is the suckiest snowmobile season ever. :(

MONICA-LnP said...

hope it stops soon!over here in Cali we got rain comig,hope that makes you feel a little better :)

Natalie said...

I, on the other hand, have lived in a snowy location all my life, but have NEVER gotten use to it!

As soon as errands need to be run and I open the door, there my kiddies go, rolling around in the snow and eating it to their heart's content...until reality sets in as the snow melts and hot ache sets in. Ah, the joys of winter!

MissKris said...

I am NOT going to complain about what's left of our winter here. The only day we've been blessed/cursed with snow was on my birthday, 12/29. After the previous winter where we were snowed in for about a week, what's a little bit of rain?!

Dori said...

Nope--not complaining here either...just an acknowledgment that once again, I'm in a foreign land. And we were much more prepared for it this time around--guess we learned something from the previous storm! Kiddos have warm and dry snow pants/bibs (that I found ridiculously on sale!) Husband has been home--sort of. We've had nowhere we need to go. I work from home so there's no pressure to go anywhere today either! Someone, however, will need to go on a milk run today...

Soozcat said...

I would suggest an EPIC LATE NIGHT GROCERY RUN, but I'm sure the streets at that hour would not be all that navigable.