Meet the new Tuesday – Same as the old Tuesday

And we have more snow on top of the old snow that never really went away.  We may have gotten more than last week but who’s measuring,  not me!  I’m glad that I got my vaccine this past weekend.  My only side effects (which I did and didn’t see coming) were a sore stiff arm and being tired for a day and a half.  Today I could go out and shovel snow if I wanted to…

Which I don’t! I’m not 10 years old yanno!

Instead I will stay warm and cozy indoors (image taken on my phone through my back window) and try to get a photo of the Robins that are popping in and out of the maple tree in our front yard.  Two of them were on the front porch probably complaining about the weather.  I hope none of you have been impacted negatively from these recent storms with damage or power outages.  Stay safe wherever you may be.

Teri 🌨️

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13 Responses to Meet the new Tuesday – Same as the old Tuesday

  1. Ingrid says:

    It sure has been crazy weather all over. I’m super glad I didn’t go to Texas!

  2. Timothy Price says:

    Snowy Tuesday.

  3. Nancy says:

    It’s a cold Tuesday in your neck of the woods! Stay warm and look at the “pretty” snow!

  4. Pit says:

    Looks great! 🙂

  5. Lavinia Ross says:

    Beautiful trees in snow, Teri! So far we are snowless in our immediate area.

  6. Deb says:

    My colleagues tell me about the colder than earlier winter this time, and the huge amount of snow, and associate shoveling. Hope you did not have any discomfort due to the power cuts in your place. Stay safe and comfortable indoors 🙂
    But for me, not seeing any proper winter where I stay, forget snow, all that snow looks so tempting ☃️❄️🌨️🏂

    • We live in Ohio and did not experience any power cuts, just wind and snow and ice and very very cold (we got down to zero there one day) but we stayed safe and warm. I did actually get out into it to do more than shovel a couple of days 🙂

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