Boy did it get ugly in Lisbon, Ohio this weekend. When I left work on Friday around 5:00, the snow had just started falling. By morning this is what we had in our yard. This first picture is coming up our drive.
This is the front yard.
Another view coming up to the porch.
Here is what the deck looks like.
This is looking out the patio door to the deck.
And the deck again. I'm not so sure we will ever get all the snow off the deck anytime soon.
You can see our Schnoodle trying to decide where she might head to go to the bathroom without getting lost in the snow.
Do you think we will ever get the camper dug out?
I am definitely not a snow lover so I am not happy with all this fluffy white stuff. It took my husband almost 8 hours to clear out our drive and dig out the front walk. I'm so glad he didn't ask me for help! My daughter measured the snow in the front yard and we had 23 inches. WOW!!!
Since I was all warm and cozy inside, I found a few GW goodies that needed a good make over. I have been looking for a wooden breadbox forever and finally I found one. It isn't exactly like I wanted but it will do for now. It has a little girl and some ducks on the front so I am looking for any ideas anyone has to put on the front of my box to try and cover them up.
As I have said in the past, I love anything with drawers or cubbies. I'm not quite sure what I want to do with this little cubbie so for now it is just hanging in my kitchen. Any ideas what to add to it or should I just leave it empty?
Well ladies and gents that's all I have for now. I hope to have more to post about this week but sometimes life gets in the way of my blogging. I hate when that happens. I hear we are to get another 4-6 inches of snow on Tuesday night into Wednesday. Keep your fingers crossed that we don't. My daughters school has already canceled for tomorrow due to the inability of in town kids that walk being able to use the sidewalks. I'm sure some of the secondary roads are still a little messy too.
I hope everyone is staying warm and safe.
Blessings to all,