Obligatory snow post

6 February, 2010
Rat Fink

Yeah, well, everything fell to krap yesterday.

Even with Seamus’s awesomely awesome snow vehicle, I didn’t get to drive to Sandusky for Bando’s show last night. For reasons too long to go into here, it was decided that I should not drive the hour north, but come home instead. Truth be told, I’m glad I did, as the fever and sore throat have now set in. Things seem to be going south at a rabbit’s pace. But hey — I made it home last night with no problems (4WD really is a dandy thing), and I hear Bando’s show was a hit, so all is well.

Thought I’d post some photos for BoomR and Paul, both of whom used to live here, but later chose warmer climates (BoomR is in TX; Paul in CA). Remember these days, guys?

A side street, on the way home last night

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View out the front door, 7 a.m. today

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View out the back door. Rousseau had fun trying to find the bathroom.

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Fink, to the sofa with the electric blanket

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Suzanne
6 February, 2010 10:50 am

Aww feel better soon! Love the snow pics but I am glad it’s you and not me! :)

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Rat Fink Reply:

Thanks, Suz. I’m still dragging here…but the aspirin helps!

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BoomR
BoomR
6 February, 2010 11:19 am

[insert shrill Psycho-knife-in-the-air violin sounds here] NOOOoooo!!! YUK!! Y’all can KEEP it….we had our very first ever –EVER– in the history of Dallas this past 12/25. That was WAY enough snow for me!! (2-3 inches). Hope you get to feeling better soon! BV & I are off to Deli News for eggzzzes & bagels & taters. (BIG HUGS) B to the oomR ReplyBoomR Reply:February 6th, 2010 at 5:29 pmThat was supposed to be ‘…first ever -EVER- “White Christmas” in the history of Dallas….’ ReplyRat Fink Reply:February 6th, 2010 at 7:06 pmEggzes, bagels and taters…that actually sounds GOOD right now! Love… Read more »

Kodye
Kodye
6 February, 2010 11:41 am

I want to punch this snow in it’s face. For real.

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Rat Fink Reply:

Isn’t it amazing how we love it when we’re in school, but when we actually have to drive in it to get to work, it bites everything in sight. Ick.

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