This is the most snow we’ve had here in the past 6 years that I’ve lived here, for sure.
It’s coming down hard outside! We’ve already got another 5” today, and that’s on top of the 3-4 inches we still had on the ground from the storm last weekend.
Maggie’s happy about more snow –
I just hope snow is all we get. There’s a chance that all this snow will change into sleet/freezing rain/ice later today and into the day tomorrow, and I would like to be snowed in, not iced in.
While I was on the phone with my mom and then Nick’s mom, Nick made us breakfast. And coffee! How did I get so lucky?
Nick cooked up some bacon and scrambled eggs, added some colby jack cheese, and made breakfast sandwiches on some Nature’s Pride honey wheat bread. And we split a cara cara orange :)
I’m actually in the most uncomfortable position right now while blogging, because Maggie is halfway in my lap and doesn’t want me to put my laptop in front of her. So I’m leaning over her, sideways, to type on the couch. Not very comfy, but she’s ready to cuddle and NOTHING gets in her way when she’s like this ;)
Nick just left to head into the office – work is closed today, but he had a few things that have to get done in the lab. He just called to say that the main roads aren’t really bad, thank goodness. You can’t even see our street right now!
He should only be gone a few hours, and then we’re snowed in for most of the weekend, I think.
What’s the biggest storm you’ve been in?
I grew up on the east side of Virginia, near Virginia Beach, and I remember one huge snow we had when I was growing up. But other than that, the only other big storms we had were from hurricanes.
After one big storm hit, we were visiting my Nany and I remember seeing a couple kids from her neighborhood riding in a canoe down the streets. That’s how flooded it was – crazy, right?