Like most of my ideas this one wouldn't go as planned as the peanut butter slid even more to the side of the cardboard which caused it to nose drive to the ground. F*#&, I'd yell. I'd stare out the window at all the birds who'd be fighting at the feeders and resign myself to the fact there wasn't much else I could do at this point.
So in the end, the birds were fed so I was happy but stir crazy. I'd be restless the remainder of the day as I puttered around the house hoping the Gov would lift the travel ban soon so I could get out of my house! Thoughts of jumping out a window with a shovel sounded appealing but knew I'd be jumping into a snow drift most likely the size of me so common sense prevailed.
The cleanup was still underway including the snow plow guy coming to clean out my neighbor. I'd be so bored I'd watch and it wouldn't take long for the poor guy to get stuck!
And does so by getting his snow blower from the back of the truck and going to talk to the neighbor.
Which doesn't work of course!! Yes I'm giggling as I realize how appropriate the song is!
But finally a happy ending as the wife and family dog come and rescue him from his situation. You'll also hear me panic toward the end as I thought she was stuck too but I'd be proven wrong. So wish "Isn't it Romantic" was playing in the background instead of one of my other 30's big band tunes I like to clean and cook to!
In the end, my son and his girlfriend made it home to get me out of the house and we managed to do half the drive way with the other half scheduled for today as well as me digging out the bird feeders. I should be rejoicing over this snow and whip out my snow shoes but it's the kind of amount that over whelms me, especially with another hectic work week headed my way. All I long for is the sound of warblers in the spring time woods and hope Nemo's friends don't make their way up the East Coast anytime soon as I'm done with winter this year!
Take care all.