Monday, April 6, 2009

The Difference An Hour Can Make -OR- Location, Location, Location

Good Monday morning, Stampers!

No card today, just an amazing picture. This was taken by an Air National Guard plane as they patrolled for stranded motorists near Byers, KS. That is a farmstead about 1 hour from our house.
I have to say I can't even fathom how I would deal with that!!
Hope you got your Easter cards done. I'm going to have to make a few more since I thought of more people today that I should send them to--isn't that the way?

Have a great week and thanks for stopping by!

PS I looked back and realized I never shared anything about our part of the blizzard! Here are a couple shots from our neighborhood Saturday, March 28. Keep in mind it was blizzarding until about 10:30 am and these were taken about 4pm.

View out my back garage door of the patio--couldn't open the door very well!!

We shoveled for hours to get 1/2 the drive open. You can see the snow in the street is up to my husband's knees! But the neighbor on the 4-wheeler is telling us he has a front loader on the way to clear the street. (That man got monster cookies packaged up with the "Yummy for your Tummy" stamped on it and a sincere thank you card made with "Just Jawing" sentiment--YOU ROCK).



Our hero in action! If you want to read a little more about it, you can check out my neighbor/friend/upline's version of the story.


Rebecca said...

Wow! That is a ton of snow. I'd have been miserable :(

Emily said...

I know what we would do, stamp and have a hot tottie!!!

Eugene said...

You can keep your snow, Tasha, had enough of it in New England here. Could match your photos, but prefer hearing spring birds chirping away now. Time for bird cards?
Cool cardin',

Janna said...

Wow!!! I thought that was a toy house! You have got to be kidding me!! That is unbelieveable! I still can't believe how much snow you guys got too! So, so unreal! Glad it is all gone now!