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December 15, 2010


Julie Carlisle

Ohhhhh my!! Sometimes I think I would like to live somewhere else because the supah warm (hot) summers we have in Texas get to be a little much but then I see pics like yours and think 'Nah, I'll stick with our warmer seasons!' Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Anita Aurit

I say it's time for you to buy yourself a snow blower for Christmas!!!!!


LOL! I've done that and we don't get that much snow all the time, but it can be VERY wet and heavy and when you know the rain is a coming, just need to shovel the tire tracks and save your back :) Great post and look forward to seeing what you and the kids made for the teachers :)

Anne S

Oh the joys of living in the frozen north! You definitely need to invest in a snow blower! Fortunately, this year hasn't been too bad for us in Nebraska (central US), although last year was a doozy!


oh yeah!! If it wasn't for snow shovelling I wouldn't get any winter exercise. I consider it gardening with white soil. LOL
Love your home btw, LOVE the dark stonework.
Have a blessed, safe Christmas with your boys!


Did you get the freezing rain a couple of days ago? We got a few inches of freezing rain and it was like walking on sand. When we shoveled the snow was HEAVY and hard to move. I don't have nearly as much driveway or sidewalk to shovel as you do, but I understand the difficulty of shoveling heavy snow.


Ah you make me so glad I live in the central valley of CA. No snow here, only in the mountains and what a beautiful view we get after a storm. My son and his family are moving to Wisconsin, it's going to be a whole new life style for him.


Oh man you need a snow blower, we just got freezing rain here last night, when leaving church last night I just slid all the way to my car through the parking lot, thank goodness the roads were busy enough that they weren't getting too icy yet, I hate this kind of weather.


Hi Julie,
I totally understand about snow living in Minneapolis.

Patti J.

lol...I am 'iced' in - not going anywhere for a day or two. Your photo made me smile - you are a genius! Hugs!


Your tire track shoveling is just as neat as your cards so I suggest you just keep on making your beautiful cards and for the snow? wait for the SUN !!

Shelia Carter              Florida

Julie, you are so funny. I look for your post each day! Currently I can't relate to the snow as I live in Florida. But I do remember when we lived in Ohio!!! Here's hoping you and the boys stay warm. Have a great day!!

Gwen Mangelson

Julie, I created a video tutorial for my Heirloom Chirstmas Album and when we went to load it to the computer all we got was corrupt file- Now I have to spend 3 hours doing it all over again today, it is SO frustrating!


That isn't lazy, it's just practical. I did plenty of heavy shovelling last Sunday. ( we had almost 20 inches here). I don't use the garage,,, I just need to get the trash out. Also I just need part of the driveway so I can get to my tahoe. I also had a neighbor help me with a snow blower. I had a huge 8 hp one and was afraid to use it after having an accident with it and breaking my wrist a year ago.

sorry the tutorial disappeared. I understand that type of thing all too well.

Diane L

You are so clever Julie,but the sad part is you still have to shovel all that,yucky!
Can't wait to see the treats you and the boys made!
Have a super day!


That's my shoveling for sure. Can't wait to see the treats. Just love the little shoveling guy at the bottom!

bonnie weiss

I chuckled when I saw your two tire paths, Julie ... that's something my 21 year old would do if I asked him to shovel our driveway so I could get my car in and out! Your little yellow-capped guy in your post is a hoot too! I'd take the light fluffy stuff over the wet stuff anyday (our's is usually the wet stuff, always!). Can't wait to see what you created for your boys' teachers ... lucky them to get a "JB Original"!


This weather is crazy, isn't it? Super heavy snow...then all the ice under it from the rain! YIKES!! Oh well, spring is just around the corner! :o)

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