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Snow Hostage: Day Two

And tomorrow will be day three, and then there is the three day weekend.

As you can see in this photo taken today, our entire neighborhood was out foraging in the icy snow for food.

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It's been brutal people. Simply brutal. Hubby never made it to work and is currently gone fetal under the blankets upstairs in bed.

I tell ya, if we survive it will be a miracle. Please send food and supplies via hunky-air force guy plane drops as soon as possible.

Think of the children. Please.


  1. Packet of peppermint candy on the way. Should be there by May.

  2. Hmmm checking over that picture...I don't miss living where road treatment is limited to one truck hitting a couple main streets...

    Hunky airforce guys would be appreciated anywhere though.

  3. vicus, you are too kind. Really. However, I'd appreciate a packet of crisps if you could. Thanks.

    Sketchy, the main roads seem to be all right but the side streets are miserable, ours included.

  4. We don't get snow over here anymore, thanks to every single American driving huge vehicles and warming up the planet, or something. Crisps are in the post.

  5. if only it wasn't so cold. why can't it do this in the summer when everyone can enjoy it?

    ....oh, yeah.

  6. Dave, I fear I have contributed greatly to that whole warming thing. I'm hot blooded! And thanks for the crisps.

    FN, I know. I'd KILL for it a little bit of this chill in the summer whene it's so hot you can bake cookies on the back of a Buick.


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