Middle-aged homesteader meets reality.
I cannot believe how much snow you've gotten this winter. Un-be-liev-a-ble. We can keep our sense of humor, laugh and make jokes about it, but I can only imagine how hard it's actually been on you battling it all. And at this point, "battle" is probably the correct word. Hugs, but wish we could help in a real physical way. :o(
ok...time for us to switch houses. all i got was flurries.
I can't imagine how you are managing the animal chores; wish I could be there (long legs!) to help!!!
I feel so bad for you. I doubt I could handle it. Spring has got to come at some point, right?
I know what to say. YUCK-O! Anything else and you wouldn't post it. But how about those kids marching? Awesome stuff going on in the world today besides all that snow stuff.
Spring is less than a week away. Hang in there.
Wiggle your nose and come for a visit. It's chilly outside but still a gorgeous day with lots of sunshine. Stay safe and warm as you can.
Dang Girl. Pile those dogs and your kitty cat up in the bed with a nice cup of hot tea and call it a day.
'Nuff said, I know the words, have been saying them myself! :)
Susan,Sending the sun your way! You know if we lived closer, I would crank up the tractor and plow you out.Stay warm dear friend, and be safe.Sending hugs, and love your way.Sandy
You are amazing! Press on and keep believing in yourself. And look for the silver lining. It may be months before you can stand back and see it the reason the journey. Crossing all that dangles and sending strength and prayers.