Finley wouldn't come outside, but I was able to convince Berlin to come out and play in the snow while I shoveled. She lasted about 20 minutes. The snow is up to her chest and she had a hard time moving around in it, so she decided that a warm house was the better option.
Here is Ryan's token picture shoveling the snow. What a hottie.
This was all the snow we had as of 7:30 in the morning on our upper back deck. It was just under 2 feet. By the time I got to shoveling in the evening, it was just over 2 feet.
This ones for Ryan who says I never post bad pics of myself on the blog. Now I can honestly say, "yes I do." This is what I looked like after 2 hours of shoveling this morning. My face from frozen, but I was burning up so I knew it was time to take a break. The one to the right is what I looked like after the second 3 hour shift about 5:45 pm. I am delirious at this point and almost one the verge of tears as I watch the snow continue building up. Oh, and yes, my hair was stiff and frozen solid. Totally overwhelmed. I am so done with the snow. I am beat and am praying I will be able to
walk stand up get out of bed tomorrow morning. Seriously, my body feels like I ran a full marathon. But yay for all the calories burned! Who needs the gym with snow days like today.