Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Snowmageddon time lapse.....

Here is what my day looked like today...

......Just want you Northerners to see where we started one day and ended up the next down here in the south....

This was yesterday...


This is what I woke up to and how it went from there...








And this would be my husband who kept up with the snow all day with a BROOM.  Because we left our snow shovel in IN when we moved and they sold out in LR over a week ago!!
and it is still snowing.

12 comments:

Aspiemom said...

Welcome to the south, huh? We sold our snow blower when we left PA for GA and have wished for it in the last month. Ha!!!

Your street looks very pretty!

H-Mama said...

Would it be wrong of me to *giggle*? Because I didn't. Totally didn't. Nope. Not me. ;) Our town wouldn't know what to do with as much snow as you've had this season. But I'm sure my girlies would like to try! ha.

April's adventure said...

what a guy!!!! good with a broom

Rebecca Jo said...

I'm impressed the broom seems to be working so well! :)

Love the time lapse of the snow.. its amazing to watch it pile up, isnt it?

StephieAnne said...

Still jealous....especially when you get to stay home next to a cozy fire. It cracks me up about how your stores sell out of food. Yes, we close schools around here with very little snowfall, but mostly because we don't have the equipment to make the roads safe. However, I've never seen stores sell out like that....

I do hope things clear for you by Friday!!!!

Jill said...

OH MY! I am SO GLAD you posted these photos! I am wondering how much you ended up getting! So much for living in the South huh??

Tori said...

This is hilarious!! Sorry....I wonder how much it would be for us to ship you a shovel? :)

Johnna said...

If you bought a new shovel, you would not need for 10 more years! That is funny. I like it when my day is decided for me, as in, not going ANYwhere!! Enjoy.

Kim said...

Whew! That's a lot of snow for your neck of the woods! Hope it melts soon though :)

Sara said...

*stomping my feet*
"Where's my snow angel?"

Shelly said...

Awesome! Love the pictures that show it throughout the day. Can't imagine not even being able to buy a shovel. Maybe one of us Northern people can mail ya one. :)

Karin said...

Good thing he kept that North Face jacket. :) Is is from China?! :) We all have the same one. ha!