Friday, February 15, 2008

Snow, snow go away!!!

Snow, snow go away; come again another day. (Or better yet, just don't come at all)...I can't even begin to tell you how much I'm starting to hate snow. I hate playing in it, I hate driving in it, and now I'm starting to hate looking at it. Sure, it's all nice and pretty when it first comes down, but then it gets all dirty and slushy after the snow plows come through and push it all up on the sides of the road. I know we're supposed to be thankful for all of this moisture, but sometimes when we're saying our prayers I feel like saying,"We're thankful for the snow and moisture we've received, but please don't send anymore. We're good, thanks." I mean, we're not in a drought anymore, are we???
I almost cried when the snow started coming down Wednesday afternoon. There was so much I needed to do that day, but I had to put it off because it was really windy and it was coming down really fast. For those of you who didn't watch the news that night, they said that it took about 2 & 1/2 hours just to drive 12 miles in many parts of Utah County, especially around Point of the Mountain where traffic was pretty much at at standstill. I was soooo glad I didn't have to go to work that night. Instead, I stayed home and ate some yummy stroganoff made by my DH (dear husband), watched "A Bug's Life" with Kylie, did some scrapbooking, and went to bed early.


Becky said...

Kylie and Cooper are such cutie pies!!! I love the audience Kyle gathered! So cute.

I'm with you...I'm grateful for the moisture but, I miss the warmth of the sun on a regular basis.

Adam & Sarah said...

I am so with you on that one! Yes, I'm grateful, but I just get tired of worrying about Adam driving to Park City in it!!! Blah!

I love the pic of Kylie & her babies though. So cute & funny! :)

Goddess Rhiannon said...

I sooo feel your pain. Ephraim was dumped on. I went into class at 5h30, with dry streets, and came out to at least 4 in. Ahhh...

At one point I was begging for it, but this this has just gone to far!