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5 comments to “The short kid in my garden”
Did I mention to you this morning how much I appreciated living in the south?
It bears mentioning again, because dayum, that’s a buttload of snow.
That’s just…wrong. Even for NH.
But have to agree with Jaci, seeing that makes me much more appreciative of NM. Not that we don’t get snow from time to time, but you’d have to add up like ten years’ worth to get THAT much. :hide:
Great picture. The only thing strange to me about it is that your walkway is shoveled so well! I hope to see mine in the spring. Hope you survive school vacation.
Whoa. I’ll stop complaining now. But if you want to feel better…. head on over to Jill Shavis’s blog. She has a pretty interesting pic up. also.
My walkway’s only shoveled because the mailbox is at the top of the stairs and the work van is parked in that driveway. If it wasn’t shoveled, we’d have to walk all the way around the house to get the mail or for him to go to work. It’s a matter of the least amount of work.
I read Jill’s blog and I’m always blown away by the snow she gets. Dayum. And mine’s an accumulation and there’s some blown snow in there and stuff. She’ll get almost that much in one snowfall.
And she has bears in her garbage. We only have stray cats. :baby:
But she’s got some OMG-views, doesn’t she? I don’t know that I’d want to live there, but I’d love to visit.
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