Wild & Wonderful West Virginia

Friday, December 7, 2007

More Snow?!?!


Ever see that movie "Groundhog Day"? I feel like I am living that movie - I couldn't believe it when I got up this morning and everything was a thick blanket of white! I spent yesterday afternoon clearing all the snow off of my patios, walkways, driveway, etc. I get up this morning and it is like I never did it. This is going to get old pretty darn quick...what am I saying - it already is OLD! I love to see the snow, but the feeling of being held hostage in my home because I can't get out of the driveway is very depressing.

Gotta say a huge thank you to my son Jimmy, my daughter Heidi and friend Sandy. Jimmy called Wednesday while I was shoving the first snowfall of the season and talked to me the entire time I shoveled the driveway. Heidi called me yesterday while I was sweeping the snow and ice off all the walkways and patios. This afternoon Sandy called and kept me company while I shoveled the driveway from last night and this mornings snow fall. Cell phones are great and I really appreciate the company while I am shoveling!

Well, I am packed and ready to head to sunny Orlando! Beach Club Villas - here I come!
Can't wait to get to 80 degree weather, see my parents, have great food, and ride Mission Space! The last time we went to Disney at Christmas I was so excited to attend "Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party" on Main Street at the Magic Kingdom. I love the parade with the toy soldiers and Santa, and I loved seeing them blow all the fake snow onto Main Street - so much fun. WELL...we have tickets for this event next Tuesday night and when they start blowing snow on to Main Street I am headed to the "Pirates of the Caribbean Ride"! I have seen enough snow for now, thats for sure!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey Baby,
Sorry for dragging you up to the Great White North. I'm glad you came, but sorry for the snow.

I need to get you a blue tooth wireless headset for your cell phone. Then you can shovel with both hands.

Love,
Don

Jimmy said...

I disagree entirely with Don's comment. I'd spend that cash on a plane ticket to get a semi-buff half-cajun/half-floridian type kid up there to shovel snow and solve the whole dag gum problem. Thats just MY idea though...