Monday, January 3, 2011

Monday Mania ~ After the Storm and Getting Out and About

The Official Report was 11.9 inches.
We awoke to sunshine!
Hubby had shoveled a path just to get out of our front door.

The cars in our driveway had developed into snow creatures.

The snow swirls around our house and it accumulates in front of our garage doors.
Yes, the snow blower is inside the garage.
These three made it out the day before and were safely home before the storm blew in.
This, I am thankful for.

We had a wonderful Holiday Break
with both of our daughters in our nest again.

Now...it's back to reality...
This is where I'm going today...

Best wishes for a wonderful start to your New Year.
Take care,
~Natalie

10 comments:

ArtbymeCindy said...

Dont't think I want all that snow! It was 60 here the other day (unheard of this time of year) the snow all melted. I am sure we will have more on the way. I am freezing today only 25. Good Luck with all the cleaning out!

Hugs

BlueRidge Boomer said...

Stay safe and warm....
Enjoy(?)

Maggey and Jim said...

That is unreal.. I know my sis in Wisconsin had a record snow this year with 13.8.. Beautiful but dangerous if you live out and aren't prepared.. Have a great week,
Maggey

Pat said...

Wow...You really got hit didn't you! Reminds me of the winter here last year. Stay safe and as I tell my girls, be sure to have blankets in the car in case you get stuck.

Willoughby said...

Wow, that is a lot of snow! I don't envy you! All of our snow melted over the weekend and I'm enjoying seeing the grass again (even if it is cold outside).

Be careful on the roads!

Cathryn said...

We've had one storm so far that dropped 14 inches on us...but it's all melted except for the pile in church's parking lot next to our house. Glad you're safe and warm!

Suzanne said...

Wow! That pile in front of the garage door is mighty impressive!

Busy Bee Suz said...

All of that snow...amazing Natalie!
Glad everyone is safe and sound. I hope the rest of the school year goes smoothly and quickly for you.

Angie Berry said...

Holy Moly! That is some serious snow drifts! Glad everyone was able to get around safely. We have yet to have any snow. It's been all around us but nothing here. But I'm not too anxious for it after seeing your pictures, haha!

Lori said...

snowed/wind here in Mankato. UGH I guess I90 was closed by Luverne, it was cruddy driving last night. Working on snow monsters around my car, and yes--the snowblower is in the garage here too! Staying inside unless we absolutely have to go out!