It’s that the truth! I woke up to about 4-5 inches of snow and a little ice…this made snow shoveling less than enjoyable (then again, it is very enjoyable?). At about 10am, I had shoveled my walk way, driveway and two cars. Please keep in mind that my car was dry and nestled safely in my garage with not a drop of snow on it. It seemed as if all of the females in my neighborhood were out shoveling.
The guy, who drives the plow around my townhouse community to clear the main streets, stopped to talk to me. His first question was why don’t you have a guy out here shoveling snow for you. My response: he doesn’t live here, yet this is “his spot” but the fact that my driveway and his car are covered in snow is my problem. I’m still trying to figure that one out! The plow driver got a good laugh out of that one. Since I was already covered in snow and looking ridiculous, I opted to clean off my sister’s car too. I did my good deeds for the day!
I was frozen and my arm’s felt like jello by the time I came back inside. Snow shoveling is an awesome cardio and upper body workout that’s for sure! I wish I had a picture of how ridiculous I looked. Blue scrub bottoms (that were practically falling off of me), uggs, a north face jacket, red glasses and hair that had not been brushed since yesterday. I looked like I literally rolled out of bed — well, I actually did.
Now it’s time to celebrate my mom’s birthday with a little casino action and dinner. I swear it always, always snows at least a little bit on her birthday! Happy Birthday, Mom!