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!


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.


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...