The bitter cold, drifting snow turned my fifteen minute drive home into a ninety minute stressful, snow rage, cursing session.
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I guess the snow plow hadn't come yet. How frustrating.
Cold and beautiful.
You turned your nightmare into art! Sorry about that commute!
I had the exact same drive - complete with screaming baby. Have I mentioned that I'm sick of winter???
I can't take it any longer... someone please stop the snow - this is Toronto, didn't anyone tell the snow clouds you are supposed to skip us and bury the NORTH?
I love shots of snow...maybe because I don't have to live in it! Happy WW.
At least the pictures are pretty!
Ugh, I know what you mean! I'll be going out this morning to shovel the driveway myself. Maybe I should get Graham a snowblower for his next birthday? Sigh.Assertagirl
hehe I giggled when I read Shari's comment ... how often can we not wait for a snow plow in Canada?!
You have so much more snow than I do down this way...it reminds me of that year...was it '99? that Toronto had to shut down because there was so much snow. Maybe Colin could buy you a snowblower for Valentine's Day? Nothing says romance like snowblowers....
That first photo is GREAT!
That's a lot of snow!And I like the moondial. Quirky.:-)
Oh yeah it's too risky to drive on snowy road. My husband and i had experience a very scary white out and lasted for about almost a minute. So we have no choice but to stop good thing there was no cars behind us and no cars coming towards us. Happy ww and happy valentines day!Hair Cut or Life Cut?My Little Funny Boy
Oh! I love that Moondial shot. Love it.
I know, it was crazy out there last night.
It took Misterpie 2.5 hours to get home from Jane & Finch on Tuesday. I think I'm about ready for spring...
I love the moondial.
Ha! I love the moondial.
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