Sunday, February 17, 2008

View from the dining room window of a snowbound Midwesterner

8:00 AM

3:30 PM

6:00 PM

I stayed inside, made coffee, read the newspaper, did my homework, read a book, and stuck the camera out the door now and then. Amigo and Buttercup stayed mellow with me. Husband? He was stranded out of town.
The snowplows started coming around at 7:30, and it was still snowing.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Little Dude's outdoor toys are close to being invisible, the snow and ice are so high in our backyard. I think I'm ready for spring...

2/17/2008 10:02 PM  
Blogger JaniceNW said...

I know you're prolly tired of snow but I found your pictures so beautiful. I live in MI as a teenager and one of my favorite things was to go walking during a snowfall. It reminds me of peace and a future waiting.

2/17/2008 11:06 PM  
Blogger Casdok said...

How beautiful.

2/18/2008 4:27 AM  
Blogger Melissa said...

Great shots!

I hear you, I'm a little tired of all of the white stuff, though.

2/18/2008 7:50 AM  
Blogger Cheryl said...

You know the roads are bad when the police department tells you they aren't allowing tow trucks on the road, and you'll just have to wait a few hours to get your car out of the ditch. :) All I care is that the weather clears up by Wednesday when we have to fly all over the darn place.

2/18/2008 9:11 AM  
Blogger Ambitious Blonde said...

Heeey, your view looks like my view!

Did your hubby get stranded at the train show? One of my friends went to that silly thing on Sunday too despite the ice storm! Needless to say, he got quite the chewing out when we talked last night and he was home safely. ;)

2/18/2008 1:10 PM  

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