Sunday, February 7, 2010

In Sierra's words: "Wowee!"

We got TONS of snow this weekend, but at least we were warned and prepared and had lots of good food and entertainment ready for a weekend in. It started Friday night and didnt stop until Saturday afternoon. Sierra LOVED being out in it and didn't want to come back inside. The funniest part was that she had to be standing in a foot of snow. Standing on the steps wasnt good enough.

It may look like she's screaming in terror here, but that is, in fact, a look of delight. She was laughing she loved it so much.

watching daddy shovel snow from the window

Saturday night Ryan and Alyssa came and picked us up with their 4 wheel drive at the end of our street where we trecked through the path in the snow that the boys made for us and drove over to Eric's parents to watch the UFC fight with Kye.
Like our street, their street hadn't been touched by the plows so we found ourselves a little nook on the side of the rode to abandon the car and made our way through the knee deep snow all the way to the house. It was exhausting!

Alyssa and Ryan trecking through the snow back to the car. A horrible picture, I know, but you get the point!

This morning our street was finally cleared out and Eric is outside shoveling our cars out.
our front lawn
It's been fun snow! But please don't come again until next year!


The Lusks said...

How fun! Sierra is adorable.

Mel said...

This is a regular occurence for us. Growing up in Maryland I loved listening to the radio to see if school was out for just an inch of snow on the ground. It was the best! I am laughing you had to trek it to go to Eric's parents!

codyandmeag said...

It's nuts huh? Two huge storms in one year... I can't believe it. It is a lot of fun to have snow days though.

Sommer said...

Wowee is right.... and looks like we're going to get slammed again tomorrow and Wednesday.

The Pierce Family said...

Sierra is so cute in her little snow outfit!

Brandon and Kristina said...

oh my gosh! i thought we had a lot of snow...