The weatherman was right on target. We got over a foot of snow with drifts up to 3 feet from all the blowing. Gary shoveled a path for me, from the house to the barn and then he attacked the driveway. It was heavy work and we had to call someone to come and plow. What a way to start the season.
There was a three foot drift blocking the side door to the indoor and it took me forever to get it cleared out.
When I got the door open, the girls came over to join me.
My body ached from shoveling so I took a very hot shower and vegged until we could get at my car with jumper cables. It started right up and I decided to take the dogs for a little ride to recharge the battery. Snow, snow, snow.
Sidney and Gucci shared a chair when we got home.
Evening chores as usual.
How do you like the height of those snow piles?
Got the girls tucked in...
and went back to the house to make a 10 minute dinner.
First I sauteed an onion...threw in some orzo....added chicken stock and covered it. This takes just minutes. At the end I added a cup of frozen peas...and in two more minutes it was ready. So good.
When you don't have much time, this is very satisfying.
Gary grated 3 carrots for me. I added an apple, craisins and almonds. Not in the mood for a green salad tonight.
You would have loved it.