I'm not sure if I'm more excited about the snow...or seeing your face on here. ;)
Like a kid in a candy store. You didn't try to sniff any of that powder did you???
When we lived in Connecticut in 2003 we experienced more snow and blizzardy winter weather than either of us had seen in years. But do you think we could convince the natives of that? Not a chance. See, even in New England, the locals (who really should know better) think that if they get three feet of snow, well then every inch of Canada must get at least six feet! And when you say, "um, no, as a matter of fact New England has harsher winters then many areas of Canada"..well, you get met with everything from blank-eyed, gaped-mouthed stares to being told you are lying. Seriously. We gave up trying to be North American weather educators.
SNIFFFFFFFFFFFF IT MANNNNNNNNNN, IZZZZ GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODDDDD
A - well at least 1/2 my face, it was really cold and very wet, should have worn a hat. LE- yes I have to admit the snow was exciting and yes I am sure quite a bit when up my nose.Omar: If I had not taken pictures I think someone would have said I was lying about snow in N.O. - it has never snowed this early in the year;appartenly in recorded historyWoozie: I almost got a brain freeze snnnnnnnnifffin all that snow.
das the prettiest gingerbread evah
why thank you uno! its a bitch to paint though..
Okay, somebody please tell me how this is possible. I'm about one thousand miles north of you, and we still haven't gotten any real snowfall.How is it that New Orleans can get snow and we can't?
something about retro global warming or something... My sister lives in VA and pondered the same question.
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