I know what comes after my work-from-home for the library day when it continues to snow. Another turn at cleaning off the car, that’s what.
I have heard the kids from next door sledding on this hill made by the plow service. I can tell they are having a lot of fun.
This is how I almost keep up with snow that falls some every day during the second half of February. Try. Try. Try.
Yes this is the time of year when I’m thinking about springtime flowers. Go figure.
That is the end of our driveway as February comes to a close this week. Yes, I am glad we have a plow service. And this has been a light winter for us as far as snow goes.
Our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle doesn’t seem to care that it’s snowed some every day for a week or so. February is on the way out. The sun still rises. Her dad let’s her out to do her thing. Life is OK, you betcha.
You’d think the roof over the side alcove would keep most of that spot clear of our February snow. Not this particular snow storm. The shovel was there for me.
Even when I work my library job from home, I get a morning break. So I snuck outside to see how much snow had fallen since the sun came up. Yup.
So does waking up to morning snow before the sun rises make me feel a little artsy with my iPhone 8? Or does it make me feel really out there? The back door show says it might be the second.
With more snow 25 miles down the road where my daughter Elisabeth and George Three live, she texted me this photo to illustrate how he dug both their cars out. Yes. Very hard work for sure. Good job, sir.