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Thursday, February 6, 2014

10-14 inches of whup-ass

I know.  More fell overnight.  I wonder if southerners last week, like Atlantans, learned the truth about snow:  pretty on a Christmas card, fun for little kids to sled on...but for adults?  Adults who live near Buffalo's snow belt?  Have we seen enough of it in our lives, at the rate of an average of 100-200 inches a winter?

EXCEPT when the monster storm is expected, you tell the wife you don't care if she has work or NOT she is gonna stay home and she does and you bake up a storm, give yourself this new pair of mugs, fresh out of the kiln (because it is FUN to give yourself gifts!) and bake bake BAKE pumpkin scones and peanut butter cookies....DANG, now that IS fun :)


Michèle Hastings said...

Sounds like a perfect snow day!

Anonymous said...

It seems that every inch of snow merits several pounds of baked goods...carbohydrates and cold blend nicely.

helen said...

Nice color - those cookies look good too...

Karen (formerly kcinnova) said...

I still love snow, but I can totally understand being tired of it by now if I was living there.

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