Monday, February 23, 2009

I got done with my several hours of plowing and shoveling today, finding myself on the porch roof.

I decided to take the elevator down. The snowbank I jumped into was a very nice landing.

Haggis was pleased by this new game and jumped in the snow himself to come play.


  1. crumbs.. looks like a lot of hard work

  2. It was a bit. But I needed the exercise.

    Now if it would just hold off for the rest of the week! We have students over this afternoon to learn how to give tetanus vaccinations, and I don't want to have to shovel again, but there is more snow forecast.


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