About Me

I am a crazy woman, funny and carefree but type A and anal all at the same time. I have two daughters and a Father who's a King...what more do I need?! My goal on this planet is to help His bride: literally (I plan weddings for a living!) and spiritually (I occasionally offer words of wisdom to loved ones...) Bless us all on this journey!

Jesus and His Girl

Jesus and His Girl

Thursday, February 21, 2008


There are a so many things you gotta love about winter. Like when you have so many pairs of socks on to go outside that your feet sweat, then when you get home and take the boots off the wet sweaty socks freeze in the house because your floors are so cold. Or when you go to turn the car on so it can warm up while you clean it off, and the windshield wipers knock all the snow from the windshield onto your front seat because you can't get the door closed fast enough. Or worse yet, the windshield wipers knock all the snow ON YOU, which then thaws on your way to Target so you get to walk around wet and cold. You know, people who live in Florida just don't get to experience that kinda joy...


Liz said...

Joy, joy! Ah the joys of living in Northern Indiana! I am a bit envious of those people in Florida right now! THis is just starting to get ridiculous!

Jenny W said...

hey i can add 2 more that happened today. first i was at the gas station and my gas cap was frozen, i was late to get the kids off the bus so i had to LEAVE THE GAS STATION WITHOUT GAS to get home in time. still on empty. second, recycling day is tomorrow and my garage door is frozen shut so i had to trompse the recycling thru the house and out the front door. this wouldn't have been a problem except for the last 4 THURSDAYS THERE HAS BEEN SO MUCH SNOW THAT I HAVEN'T EVEN TAKEN THE RECYCLING OUT because it'd get buried. so 4 weeks worth of recycling went thru my living room today as a result. nice.

gbeanie said...

I am one of those people in FL. I don't miss the ice and below zero temps. But I do miss dear friends like you and the changing colors in Fall.