Monday, January 31, 2011

Two Feet of Snow

Thanks to my friend Kim who sent me this photo of "two feet of snow." Victoria of Bumble Beans says it was made in New York City last year. And we're expecting more snow tomorrow! Where are we going to put it all?

17 comments:

FabricFascination said...

:oD
Perfect for a Monday morning post. You started my day off with a giggle.

"Lois Grebowski" said...

Bwahahahaahahahahahaahahahaa! I love it! Thanks for the MOnday morning chuckle. my first big laugh of the week!

June Calender said...

Love the two feet of snow!

I've been reading about "snow farms" which is the empty lots in cities where the municipal authorities truck snow that would otherwise block streets or sidewalks. In my town the snow farms are the far back parking lots of the mall with snow mountains 10 feet tall in some places.

Joanne Lendaro said...

Cute!! We are expecting another 6-12 on Wednesday...I'm ready for spring. Hope you are staying warm!

Victoria @ BUMBLE BEANS said...

haha, that was taken here in NYC a year ago... We saw it... pretty funny...

Pinkadot Quilts said...

That was a hoot! Good way to start the day especially because we are expecting more bad weather!

Elsa said...

hahaha ... you got me!

Needled Mom said...

Toooooooo cute!!!!

Poppyprint said...

That is so funny!!! Clever snow sculptors.

Kim said...

That is a whole lot funnier than me trying to walk through our two feet of snow to fill the darn bird feeder.....what a workout!
Huff.....puff...huff...
Our plows are just going around today taking the top off the piles of snow so they will have some place to put the next storms dumpings.
What a hoot to be walking along and see those feet on a city street :0).

Happy Sewing

Deedee said...

I love the two feet!

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JoAnne said...

Aha! So that's what it means when the weatherman says they had two feet of snow back east! So funny! Love it!

esblack said...

that's a funny post, although i truthfully don't feel like laughing about the snow and ice this winter-- and now there's snow forecast for tmrw (in ct) and then ice storm on wed-- it's unbelievable!! It means less time for me to quilt since the kids and I will be stuck home!!! But I can live vicariously thru quilters like u until my young ones are both in school-- and then I'll miss them and regret it, etc...
Looking forward to seeing your progress on that squar/border/????

Girltwin64 said...

Holy cow! Those are bigger than a car!!!!!!! LOL I honestly can not say I have seen that much snow before! I live in Indiana and we do get lots but geesh that is a ton! Thanks for sharing!

johnniebelinda said...

That is too funny, play on words.

WoolenSails said...

That is too funny, love it!

Debbie