Karilea, you can have as much as you want! I can't send it, though. My arms are so sore from shoveling that I couldn't lift another scoopful. But you and Sharon are more than welcome to come here and help yourself to as much as you would like. But be sure to bring a BIG open-bed truck (or two or three or five or six or...! My neighbors and I would be ever so grateful! And we won't even charge you a cent, you can have all you want for FREE! And we'll make tea and biscuits for everyone!
KristieSue, I think it's about time we head for the Southern climes! I have had it too. Every day is a unique struggle...just to walk without risking life and limb.
From the mouth of our illustrious mayor:
Sunday: "We will get to all the streets. Every street will be cleared, you have my word. Just give us a little more time. We'll work around the clock and we will get to all the secondary and side streets tonight."
Monday: "This is a massive storm. Please be patient. It will take longer than we thought. We will need another 24 hours to complete snow removal of secondary and side streets, but they will be done."
Tuesday Morning: "Unfortunately we will not be able to get to all of the secondary roads and side streets, so just be understanding and have a sense of humor about it."
Footnote: "All city offices and buildings will be open and all city workers must report as scheduled." Gee, thanks Boss for your compassion and understanding in the wake of this massive storm that proved too much for your snow removal crews to handle, so that we could safely travel to work.
I can't wait for election day to show off my sense of humor!