Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Still Snowed In!

On top of the 24 inches we got between Friday and Saturday, another 20+ inches fell on us today. They say the snow totals for this season--which really means a few days ago and today--is 77.5 inches of snow...I'm only 62 inches tall! I can't even express what I'm feeling right now as I think about digging out OR where all this snow is going to go. I'm just going to let these pictures speak for me.






11 comments:

Nicole said...

Wow! That's a lot of snow!

Keri Payton said...

Wow, that's a lot of snow. So many people I speak to are expressing their aggravation over it...but I am a wee bit jealous. I haven't seen snow in years... *sad face* ...because I'm stuck Down Under. Still, I am quite short myself so I can understand the difficulties.

Nisa said...

Wow! Maybe I'd finally learn how to cross country ski... That is a lot of snow! I love it, but I think that much all at once might be too much even for me. Wishing you the best! Keep warm!

Tiffany Neal said...

The insanity is even in TEXAS!! Craziness!

Extra reading/writing time!!

Karen Denise said...

Man! I've just finished my third trip shoveling. I had to take it in shifts and right now, I'm going to veg out on the sofa and watch Ellen!

Jemi Fraser said...

Make sure you take it easy - it's actually easy to get injured shovelling when it's that heavy!

Possum said...

That's like a ridiculous amount of snow. Even I don't have that much snow, and I live in CANADA.

Actually I'm glad I am where I am, because it's just slowly making it's way to spring.


BUT ENOUGH ABOUT THAT!

That's a ridiculous amount of snow. I had to say that again, because it's TRUE! I mean... That's taller than you!

The pictures are pretty insane, too.

At least it'll melt soon...?

Your Friendly Neighborhood Palindrome said...

I wish we could be "snowed in" in Minnesota, but we're just too used to snow...all the time.

Sharon Mayhew said...

When we moved to Iowa I learned how to drive in the snow. We never get snowed in. We do have to take shifts shoveling on occassion. Luckily, we were in the Bahamas last week when we had about a foot of snow. Our wonderful neighbors made sure we had no snow in our driveway when we came home.

Karen, good luck on digging out. :)

Stina Lindenblatt said...

Yeah, we're getting tired of the snow too!

Because I love your blog, I'm giving you The Sugar Doll Award. The info about it is on my blog.

Have a great weekend!

Elle Strauss said...

okay, that's just too much snow.