I've never seen so much snow in Texas in my entire life. Sure enough, the recent snow event in the D/FW area broke the record. Officially at D/FW airport, 12.5 inches over 24 hours was placed in the record books. Limbs are breaking off trees, awnings are collapsing, and power lines are playing "wiggle worm" and shooting fireworks.
I say "wiggle worm" because I'm thinking of the toy that we put on the end of the hose when we were kids and it squirted water as the hose jumped around.
Talented artists are attempting to make ice sculptures. Since I'm not a talented artist, this is NOT a photo of my attempts at sculpture but it made me smile this morning so I couldn't resist posting it. I will feel accomplished making an igloo for Cat.
Hubby is working from home and Cat has morphed into a possessed spazoid demon beast driving us crazy since he can't go outside. Hum.....he COULD go outside but he would be buried by the snow. That would make Hubby smile this morning. Wait. Where IS cat?
This geek is going nuts. I have a half-marathon in two weeks and I'm struggling to get my runs done. On a positive note, my legs feel very rested!
I'm about to change into ski clothes, find a shovel and start shoveling my driveway.
Enjoy these photos now part of our north Texas history:
Our backyard yesterday morning
Eerie night moves in our backyard. My poor rose bush.
First thing this morning
WOW! Is this really Texas?
Our neighborhood runway is that tiny opening thru the trees.
Have a great weekend and Happy Valentine's Day to all my bloggy sweethearts!
Photo credits: Snowed-in geek yard taken by Reffie, Night Moves taken by Hubby.