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Oy vey

I changed my mind, it can go back to a foot or two of snow. It started as snow but now the sleet is coming down pretty hard and making me nervous since it's more of a risk to lose power and keep us stuck here at home for longer. I don't know how to even shovel this stuff. I can only hope that it turns to some rain at this point.

Edit: Boykitty JonJon is being Mommy's little shadow which was all well and good until he DROOLED IN MY COFFEE. Really, dude? lol

Edit the second: It's now freezing rain and wind and the power has already gone off for a moment. Not exactly promising.


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Mar. 14th, 2017 02:59 pm (UTC)
Hope you can stay in and stay safe!!
Mar. 14th, 2017 04:05 pm (UTC)
Just got done with car shoveling, round one. That white doom is heavy as hell but there's no one else to do it for me. Back inside, aleve has been taken and I shall heat up some of that lovely soup from the downstairs neighbor (who, consequently, were the only other people out being smart enough to shovel in stages)
Mar. 14th, 2017 04:25 pm (UTC)
Damn. I hope the power has come back. You and the drooly kitties stay warm <3
Mar. 14th, 2017 06:46 pm (UTC)
I kept saying the winter was too mild and we'd get hit hard in March. I didn't think the weather gods were listening.

Careful with the back. It is smart to do only a little bit at a time.

JonJon needs to have it explained that drooling in your coffee is not proper etiquette. He is supposed to use the litterbox, jump out, stick his paw in your momentarily neglected coffee to rinse the litter off his paw, and then shake his paw vigorously to splatter the coffee around. That was how the late Mr. Tim did it and he knew what was correct.
Mar. 14th, 2017 06:55 pm (UTC)
JonJon looked up curiously when I actually laughed aloud at Mr. Tim's antics. What a naughty boy he was!
Mar. 14th, 2017 07:58 pm (UTC)
Tim had a sense of humor. If anyone had a glass of liquid on a table in the living room, he would sneak up, reach one paw stealthily up and tip the thing over. He always managed jump back before the liquid hit him and would be looking so innocent while I mopped up the spill.

He also liked to tease my mother by getting on the dining room table and then reaching up to swing on the chandelier. For the longest time, he only did it when no one but Mom was around and we thought she was making it up.
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