12 February 2010

More white

I left home early this morning to visit my oldest nephew Adam and his wife Millie and their 6 month old daughter Bea. I left snowy Maryland and Virginia behind. By the time I entered North Carolina, there was no snow to be seen. It took forever to leave the Washington area. I traveled 25 miles in the first hour, mainly because of traffic and the way the roads were plowed. I stopped for Starbucks twice. Got gas once. Listened to my audio book and Robin Thicke on my iPhone. Chatted with Rob. The five hours flew by. I met my sister Ilene who drove five hours from Augusta, GA, at the Starbucks in Raleigh. Millie and Bea met us at Pei Wei for lunch and that's how the visit began. Guess what it's doing now? Guess! It's S.N.O.W.I.N.G. Oh yes it is. It followed me. At least this time I don't have to shovel. I did bring it with me and I'll be happy for my nephew to use it. Of course, we're not talking blizzard, but still....

7 comments:

Moohaa said...

Good grief!! I know so many friends are sooo sick of it all. I do hope you can be at peace even in the midst of it.

Take care!

Lena said...

Oh my God.. unbelievable!!!

forsythia said...

How wise you were to bring a shovel.

Jules said...

Sweet irony has a great sense of humor.

Happyone :-) said...

Oh no! Not more snow. I hope it stays down there. :-)
Enjoy the time with your family and drive safely.

KathyA said...

I saw that and thought of you immediately!! Don't you just love irony?

Golden To Silver Val said...

Enjoy every minute of your time away....and I hope the weather cooperates. Be safe.

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