Wednesday, January 12, 2011

I Blow!!


First time unsupervised with the snowblower...succcess!!! I don't blow, I rock!!

Playing along wit Wordless Wednesday at 5 Minutes for Mom and Wordful Wednesday on parenting By dummies:-)

17 comments:

Candi said...

Way to go! I only have a round-tip shovel since we rarely get snow. However, we are still under 2" of ice and it looks like Alaska out my back window. I shoveled the steps and sidewalk and after 5 minutes, I came in. TOO COLD FOR ME!!! Where is the sun!!!???!!!

blueviolet said...

I am SO impressed! I never could figure that thing out so if my husband couldn't snowblow, I just stayed home.

Shannon said...

BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


And good for you. I wouldn't even attempt trying to use one on my own. I have yet to learn how to operate the lawn mower.

Mrs. Blue said...

I had to do that solo in NE and it is pretty fun once you get over the intimidation factor...keep it blowin' girl!

angie said...

Congratulations! Bet it's so nice to not have to SHOVEL the snow!

The Blonde Duck said...

Ha!

parentingBYdummies said...

I wish we had a snow blower. Not because I really need one, just because I think it might be fun.

scrapchick said...

lol, Funny! And good for you! Happy WW!

Mama Zen said...

Woo hoo!

Melissa B. said...

We have a "communal" snowblower on our cul-de-sac. I tell you, I'm proud of ya. Snowblowing is a difficult task, correctamundo?

Amy said...

that is amazing.. You are doing more that me.. Yes you are right with your answer on my post.. Have a great day..

Alicia said...

That's awesome!!

Emily said...

Woo hoo! Maybe secretly you love getting behind a power tool!

Living in Taradise said...

Ha. Snow. I wish. Living in South Alabama. No SNOW. Ever. No plowing, no blowing, no sledding. NOTHING.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and helping to make my SITS day wonderful.

Michelle said...

Wheee! Go you :) I'm still shoveling by hand, but there are days when I wish I had a snowblower....

Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet said...

You rock woman! :)

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

That is so impressive.They look like they would be hard to maneuver.Really like your blog.


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