As Long as Someone's Happy


I don't care how pretty it looks, I hate the snow!


Last night when I went to bed, the weather morons people said 1-3 inches by Sunday morning. Yet again, they were wrong! I woke up to a four year old asking to play outside. I looked out the window, and lo and behold, there's a good 4 inches! Right now we're up to 5, almost 6 inches. That's nowhere near the amount that the other side of my state is dealing with, thank goodness. But when you're told an inch or less and you wake up to 5x that amount, it tends to put a kink in your day.


I want that job! The one where you get paid to be wrong most of the time. It must be awesome!


But as much as I hate the snow, I know there are some out there who absolutely love it.













I think it's a good night to stay in and make some 7-layer cookies!

Until next time...

7 comments:

Steven Anthony said...

that is way funny...I spent the day at lake michigan taking pics of the storm, I get back in myu car and the radio says...we are expecting no more than an inch today.....I laughed, we already had about 5 and it was still comming down... lol

Shell said...

I HATE the snow. My Hubs was in Pittsburgh his week and then had to stop in WV yesterday and then head back here- he STILL hasn't made it home. What should be an 8 hour trip is taking him 30 hours! And yes, he's been in the car the whole time.

Amy said...

that was like our storm a week ago. I think more is coming here.

Chief said...

I understand what you're saying. I just love the snow cuz it covers my weeds

MaeRae said...

I made three batches of 7 layer bars today! Yummy! The kids look like they had a blast!

Kmama said...

I want some snow!! What good is it living in Michigan if I can still see the grass thru just a tiny layer of snow??

I love looking at your pics with your bloggy snow falling. it's so pretty!!

kys said...

We had the opposite problem. The weatherman kept predicting a HUGE snowstorm and we only got a max of 3 inches. Then it started melting and was just ugly and muddy. Bleck.