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Monday, December 22, 2008

Digging Day!

Since I have been home for a few days, I find it hard to keep track of the days and dates ! I took these photos last night and meant to post them before I went to bed, but....zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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The storm seems to have stopped for now, although it is forecast that there are flurries for the next few days with temps around freezing. It looks like it will warm up to about 7 degrees by Dec. 29, when I'll go back to work at my old job, before starting the new one on Jan. 5.

Tomorrow I have an appointment to get my windshield replaced ~ it cracked all the way across from a rock pit. Today is for digging, and hopefully some baking :)

I thought I'd better add a bit of colour to this post:

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5 comments:

  1. You've got to be kidding - more snow? Good thing you don't have to dig yourself out to go to work.

    I hope there will be a little melting going on the night before you start the new job!

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  2. Well, with your son home, perhaps he can help with the digging! I love the warm colours you ended with, though :-)

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  3. Not more! There's a lot to said for hibernation when it gets like this. I bet that the birds are having a tough time when it's like that.
    Take care and stay warm! xx

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  4. Liv ~ More snow indeed ~ and one more snowfall of between 10 - 20 cm expected tonight and tomorrow before it starts warming up by the end of the week to 5 degrees! This is the first day I'm venturing out in the car for quite a few days.

    Nikki ~ My son dug the whole driveway this time, so I didn't even have to lift one scoop full! The lit up Christmas tree is a bit of a contrast to the white outside, isn't it? Glad you liked it.

    Selba ~ Thanks :) As mentioned above, my son dug us out this time :)

    Flighty ~ More snow tonight and tomorrow and then slightly warmer weather is forecast. The birds look so cute with their puffed up feathers which traps the air to keep them warm, although it would take some feather puffing to warm anything in this weather. I have an idea that they have been discussing the options of hibernating or flying south next year!

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