Shoveling

Feb
14

When a farmgirl makes a snowman….
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…it’s something she can ride!


That photo was taken yesterday. We topped off at 8 inches here. Today, it’s 46 and melting. And we’ve been shoveling to help the melting along on the driveway. It’s supposed to snow again tonight……

We’ve had no power all day. Just got it back!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on February 14, 2014  

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  1. 2-14
    4:54
    pm

    Hope the power remains in the ‘on’ position. And you only receive a dusting of snow tonight.

  2. 2-14
    5:12
    pm

    I love the photo of Morgan on her snow horse! I’ll pray that your power stays on and that you don’t get much more snow. I know you need to drive to Ohio for the concert!

  3. 2-14
    10:45
    pm

    Awe man! I would LOVE to send some of our California :sun: sunshine your way, but I can’t control the weather, even though my name is Heather – ha ha. Don’t lose heart, soon all that winter chill will be replaced by Spring’s warmth and verdant splendor. Until then, ride that steed cow girl!

  4. 2-15
    9:34
    am

    What a great picture of Morgan on her snow horse. Now she needs to make her some snow cows or goats. Hope the power stays on, I know that get old.

    BTW last night for supper I made Cheese Burger Helper using your recipe. It was so good. My husband loves Hamburger Helper, but I can not stand the store boxed ones. Mine is usually just hamburger, pasta, and cheese. Thank you so much for posting your recipes. I have enjoy everyone I have made.

  5. 2-15
    10:27
    am

    Glad you have help shoveling!

    Are you ready for winter to be over with yet?

  6. 2-15
    2:25
    pm

    :woof
    How cute is that??
    I am so tired of shoveling and snow blowing, there is no place to put the snow, I tried to shovel some this morning and it just kept falling down, it is almost to the top of one of our post lights. The weather man said this mornng the Spring may be close on the calendar, but not on the weatherman’s calander—what is he saying???? :bugeyed:

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