The heat came on several times over night. To give you an idea how cold it is, the furnace is set to 55 after 11:00 p.m. The wind brought the temps into the teens outside.
We woke up to this out our front door.
According to the radar and Action News, we are in a lull of sorts so we decided it was time to head out to remove a layer of snow. It's supposed to blizzard all day. While hydrating and coffee-ing up in preparation for snow removal part I, I checked my mail and Facebook.
"Carmen Tansey See! You wished for snow for sooooo long! See what happened???
Paula Tansey: Rather it's all those who wished it wouldn't and made mother nature hold it in. Look what happened!"
Last night I had to leave a message for Emma because it's what we do when it snows. Here is what I found this morning ...
Me (on her timeline) "It's snowing in Media, Pa"
"Emma Pollum: Oh boy! It's 80 degrees and sunny here, and I'm heading out for my surf lessons soon. Hope you enjoy your frozen tundra!"
And with that, it's time to shovel.
|1 Hour and 15 minutes later|
|It's hard to tell we shoveled the walks. A light snow|
started just as we were finishing up.
Time to defrost and eat.
Keep smiling and keep moving,