>Baby it’s cold out there!

>We’re still out here. We’ve almost kicked the bug out of our house that we all have been passing around. Ok, the bug that Meagan and I have been passing around. Joe has remained healthy this entire time. Annie had a cold. I wish I could say the same was true for me and Meagan.

As I type this, it is -41 degrees at our house. Yes, that’s a negative. Meagan hasn’t had a full day of school all week due to the weather. There is an enormous amount of snow in the front yard. I’m hoping that it is all melted by July. It’s going to take a while that’s for sure.


I’m throwing this beach picture in because right now I could use all the help I can get to warm up. My toes are frozen despite the 2 pair of socks and the slippers.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Tanya
    Jan 15, 2009 @ 19:29:00

    >Hopefully all of our snow will thaw and melt slowly this spring…..otherwise we are going to have some major flooding.That beach pic helped to warm me up! Thanks!


  2. kadiechrome
    Jan 16, 2009 @ 01:45:00

    >Oh, dear. I kind of feel your pain. The temperature isn't -41, but it's -9. I think at some point it all just meshes into being "really friggin' cold." It's miserable, though.I hope the snow stops soon. And I hope you start to feel better!-Katie


  3. angie
    Jan 16, 2009 @ 17:49:00

    >Is it weird that I'd love to be hanging out in your old house right now, even with the wind, the neighbor girl who love the cable guy, the 19 neighbors downstairs, and the dog abuser neighbor? Hmmmm…maybe even go to a swap meet?


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