4.12.06

It was a dark and stormy night...


It's snowing up a storm here in Halifax. I had planned a productive evening of working, but after travelling over the horrible roads to pick up my husband - a harrowing 40 minute drive that would normally take about 5 minutes, a brief respite with dinner at the pub - and then another slightly less harrowing drive home in slightly less horrible traffic, I am exhausted. I am sure that sentence is also exhausting to read. So, although I've got lots to blog about, including a wonderful parcel in the mail from Mishka and a great trip to Lunenburg over the weekend, it's all going to have to wait until tomorrow. Right now, I'm just going to blob on the couch and watch Dexter.

3 comments:

Shona said...

You asked me about the weather in Tennessee...well we are not likely see trees like that, in the middle region of the state (which is where I live) that beautiful snow would be ice. Yes, it gets cold here (it's been below freezing the last 2 nights) but we get loads of ice. No fun + scary to drive on (in) especially for someone (me) coming from Southern California.
Your trip to the coast sounded wonderful. I too need a trip like that, but we'll be flying to Los Angeles for the holidays soon enough.

Austen G. said...

Eesh, I know what you mean about that drive home last night! Two hours, for me, when it should have taken 10 minutes. Chebucto Road (and Robie, and Windsor...) not a pretty sight. But things are looking better this morning! Hope you had a fun night in!

mishka said...

Wow - all around us, the snow is falling! We've yet to have a decent snow so far this year. And I'm okay with that ;)

And guess what? We blobbed in front of Dexter tonight too! I *heart* Dexter!