Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Wordless Wednesday (or Why I Love Winter)


Do you know what these are?










Three and a quarter hours of uninterrupted, childless blogging time.


Bring it on Mother Nature!

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Posted at Humor-Blogs.

17 comments:

humorplus said...

Congratulations! Be happy time.

Chas said...

Priceless. One can only hope it included hops as well :)

Villager said...

Happy WW! That is a remarkable photo and a great memory for your young 'uns!

I invite your blog readers to see an uplifting photo of two baby lions who remind us that there is always a chance for peace.

Shalom & Salam, Villager

Deb said...

Just think how much blogging time you'll get in during mud season!

Matt-Man said...

Ha. Frozen precipitation does have its upside. Cheers Meg!!

Suzie said...

Big snow butts

Hannah said...

LOL! Maybe you should take them to ice sculpting classes as well. (Once their old enough to be trusted with a chainsaw naturally.;)

sage said...

Yesterday, I helped my daughter dig her annual snow house--in the pile of snow at the bottom of the drive, pushed up by the snow plow. We dig out a big hole, cover it with a tarp and dig a tunnel into it. She loves playing inside it, where it's really quite warm! (so much for free blogging time for me :)

Kevin John said...

Brrrrr!!!!
And you guys stay up there where its cold and mushy until
May 29th ...why?




*change of seasons doesn't count, there are those in South Florida.

April said...

Nice.
Even nicer that my capcha word is "doodi."

Ms Picket To You said...

but really? is that an outdoor living room? i think i see a lovely little sofa.

anyhoo, hoped you unlocked the doors eventually to let them back in.

for a different kind of girl said...

Gah...I envy you. Actually, I don't want that snow, and in reality, I can't get my kids to go outside in that stuff for more than an hour, so really, I'd get no gain out of that.

However, I'll stick with the envy thing.

Kirsten said...

Are there druids in your neighborhood?

Jeff said...

Fun fun fun! But you'd better get busy if you're going to finish your Stonehenge before it gets too warm.

Laura said...

Did you lock them out?

How much hot cocoa did you make with mini marshmallows when they were allowed back in?

Laura said...

You make helping someone else to save her own sound so easy. Would the formula be: belief+ hope+ compassion +toughness +an infinite capacity to believe in others.

A Free Man said...

Snow is a wonderful thing, isn't it?