The Always Groovy Ramblings of a Goatherder...
I'm right there with you, girlfriend. Our snowblower bit the big one during the last storm.Luckily, it's icing/raining here. But, I'm sure that won't last until May.Hang in there!
My condolences on your loss, my pal.Here in Singerland we have just come out of what has become the "usual" weekend snowstorm. No blower here, either. Hubster actually turned away someone who offered to shovel it for us! Silly, silly man.And so, winter progresses.Did you get the light???
To think we were excited over a few flakes that came and went on Christmas Day...just look at all your "excitement"! (teehee)I hope your family had a good Christmas...and love your new profile picture, Groovy! How cute is that! :)
Love the snow! My family in Maine has snow blowers and plow truck..... a necessity living on a "country dirt road" (probably the worst road within 30 miles of Portland)!Alyson
No light, Singer. I was snowed in.
Eeek Snow. I like it. In the picture. At your house. Not mine.
I see the snow... it's on the ground... but what are those white bits floating in the air...?The first time ever I saw falling snow was on one of my recent trips to the US. We do have snow in Aus I hasten to add, but one must be prepared to travel up a mountain to see it.
Love your photo. It looks like a Christmas card. Hope your muscles don't get too sore from all the shovelling!
Ahhh, look at that scene! I'll trade ya!
So sorry!!! But the scene is beautiful.Susan
We feel your pain here in NH. (geechee_girl)
The snow is beautiful, but I'm sorry about Mr. Snowblower. Maybe your light box will melt it all.If you're shoveling snow, you don't have to work out three times a day or possibly even three times a week.Hope Mr. Snowblower soon has a cousin come visit or something.Take care -- stay warm.And love your new photo!
Happy new year
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