...but since we've no place to go, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. I highly doubt that when this song was written, they were speaking of breaking a record for the most snowfall in 24 hours and over 30 inches. That's right, over 30 inches on the ground in Spokane, in less than 48 hours. It was nuts. We were stuck!!! Luckily we have one vehicle that is 4 wheel drive so that Todd could get to work. Needless, to say, school was closed and my van was not going anywhere. It's now Saturday, the roads are still not plowed and my van is still buried. We are now experiencing sub-zero temperatures again!!! More snow is on the way for tomorrow. It's crazy nuts!! The kids have been sledding on the streets because no one is driving (unless you have a 4x4 you are not going anywhere) which is nice because we couldn't get to the sledding hill if we tried. Thank heaven I went grocery shopping the day before the storm hit, so I didn't have to worry about trying to get to the store while Todd is working 20 hour days. (He's essential personnel for the Sheriff's dept. so he goes to work as long as they need him.) They plowed my moms' street this morning, so we are hoping they will get to ours today before the next storm hits. I love winter, but I don't love it this much. We were hoping that they would cancel church. Is that too much to ask?
Have a Happy New Year
6 years ago