Friday, January 21, 2011

The Weather outside is Frightful!

I don't know what the rest of the East Coast is getting but here in Western New Brunswick, we having a major blizzard!  The snow in my driveway is 2 feet deep and the car's stuck out near the road.....won't be going anywhere anytime soon!  Hoping to have some cool pictures to post tomorrow :)  Hope all my blogging friends are all safe and tucked in at home.....Here's to WINTER LOL! 

10 comments:

WoolenSails said...

We got it overnight, but was quick and not too much snow. I guess the storm decided to come up and dump it all on your guys;)

Debbie

QUILTING IS BLISSFUL, DI said...

Here in lower NY state we only got about 6inches---but we are getting winds and very very cold--I just posted the weather prediction for her on my post at bottom--like I said very cold!!!
Hugs,di and miss gracie

Barb said...

oh my goodness...stay warm!!!

Michele said...

Stay warm and enjoy your time inside :)

Mam said...

In the Miramichi, the snow blew and the wind howled all night. This morning is clear and cold.

Quilt Hollow said...

Are you complaining? LOL Oh girl...feeling the pain of the winter chill....we are to have another winter storm roll through Tuesday...oh goody!!! NOT!!!!!
Sew something and make yourself happy!

Kaaren said...

We had it too, Shelley but only for a couple of hours and not that much snow fell...maybe a couple of inches. But the wind was something fierce! Then the sun came out! And it's beautiful and sunny here today but a bit on the cold side. Happy shoveling...NOT!

Heartsdesire said...

No snow here on the west coast. Just the usual rain. Wind expected tonight - up to 40 km. Still a good excuse to stay inside and enjoy some quilting. Keep warm.

Betty Lou said...

I feel for you, the weather reports are awful, try to stay warm and I will pray for the ones that can't.

Cathi said...

No snow to speak of here, but we keep seeing the reports of the storms the Maritime provinces are getting! Yikes! Stay warm and indoors and get lots of stitching time! :-)