Friday, February 4, 2022

Message for Little P

 Over at her blog, Jennifer posted about Little P, a young friend with surefire ways to bring snow.  

He's plenty excited because snow is a rare thing there in the south where they live. I thought it was cute. Emphasis on 'was'. It's been a pretty cold week. After  a break in the temperature, we've got this moving in tonight. 



See the 14.9? That's where we live. School is already canceled. 

Jennifer, have mercy. Please tell little P to turn his pajamas right side to. 

Thank you. 



I posted this so the Canadian contingent can comment "Oh, THAT's nothin'!!!!" 

We got ourselves dug out, and I'm feeling very invigorated. 

(No. No I'm not.)


11 comments:

  1. Hope you can dig yourself out of that lot!

    If we ever had that much snow here we would think the world was ending!

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  2. Poor Little P gets the blame. A 'Winter Storm Warning', shows on Google Maps.

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  3. I'll have a talk with the young man this afternoon! Snow is fun but this is getting ridiculous! Hahaha!

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  4. That is plenty of snow for sure, an affect of the lake I guess — at least in part.

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  5. We had 8" on Wednesday in Illinois. Make sure your snowblower is working! Isn't it nice that you don't have to try to make it into work! :)

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  6. I've been pondering how much snow you've been getting. We were fortunate in that it went just south of us so all we got was the cold side of the stream.

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  7. Ellen D: Snowblower??? What is this snowblower you speak of?

    Ed, we got that 15 inches, for sure.

    We got one car dug out of that, and the driveway and sidewalk cleared. I shoveled out 3 times yesterday and we had a huge job this morning. If Jennifer talks to Little P, we should be okay.

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  8. Here in aAberta, Canada, we don't get a lot of heavy wet snow. It just sticks around for 4 or 5 months.

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  9. Being driven back from the Audiologist in my taxi thie morning we drove under several huge rainbows, four storms of giant snowflakes and five or six brilliant sunshine periods.

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  10. Yeah, I do not envy you that snowfall at all. Snow is fun when you're Little P's age but significantly less fun when you're an adult!

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  11. Weaver, I always am amazed when weather changes like that. Rainbows though? In winter? I'd have been beyond amazed.

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