1:30 pm - leave work. Slick roads. Creep slowly in 2nd gear.
2:30 pm - arrive home, 10 miles later.
3pm - shovel several inches of snow. We get fined if the sidewalks aren't cleared after a storm and I want to get a head start.
3:15 - shovel back, 'cause there's another inch. At least it's fluffy.
4:15 - shovel back and forth again. Several inches.
4:34 - Randy calls from Chicago. "Wish I could be there to get the snowblower out."
4:35 - Yep. Me too! It never snows when he's here!
6:11 - WHAT GOOD IS THE GODDAMNED SNOWBLOWER IF I CAN'T GET IT OUT OF THE BASEMENT?!
6:12 - should I go shovel some more?
6:20 Shovel snow. Shovel back.
8:10 Shovel snow.
8:30 Clean off car. Can't face it tomorrow. Dig out area in front of and next to car so I can get out in the morning.
8:50 Neighbor with snowblower blows snow all over car and vicinity
8:55 Shovel snow, clear out car (again).
9:05 AVALANCHE FROM ROOF! Must shovel more snow from sidewalk
9:10 Clean off Randy's car and shovel around it so snowblower can be accessed Saturday.
9:30 Glass of wine, hot shower and BED.