I got a messge on Facebook from one of my neighbors in SC, wanting to know how we were coping with the snow. We've gotten A LOT of it lately. My neighbors say that this is an unusually massive amount of snow for this time of the year. Usually this is all the snow they see for an entire season. Well, guess what? There's another storm barreling down on us Tues night/ Wed and it looks like we're going to be buried in heavy snow (around 8 inches is the current estimate--of course that number could change). So I decided to take pictures of what we've got on the ground so far, because I'm pretty sure most of my southern friends would need to see the pictures to believe it.
This is the driveway and the two gigantic piles of snow on either side. I've clipped the pile on the right trying to get into the driveway and that was scary. Also one car garage=Brittany has to keep the van pulled way over to the right so Tom can get in the garage, which means I have to climb through piles of snow to put John in and out of his car seat. FUN! Also, whenever we dig ourselves out of the driveway, the snow plow comes through and creates a nice barracade of half-melted slush/snow at the end of the driveway that we have to shovel regularly.
Looks crazy, right?