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Wouldn't you know it, the day I am supposed to leave the airport we get hit with a winter storm. Not including the freak October nor'easter, I think this is the first significant snowfall this winter. After the dry, green winter we have had the timing is just perfect. Perhaps the universe is conspiring against more than just my house... Hmmm...
Anyway, school was canceled and the husband left early for work. I called in late and after confirming with a baby sitter so I could get to work, I realized that I had to deal with the driveway.
Our driveway is much longer now and is not paved so you get the added fun of scooping up snow and dirt. It doesn't melt as quickly either as on black top and forget about bouncing a basketball.
The snow is wet and dense, great for snow forts, bad for shoveling. Unfortunately small temperamental engines are not my forte either so the snow blower is out, but I know how to wield a shovel. After about 20 minutes though I started getting tired and sweaty in my work clothes so I called the kids over to help. This is their idea for "shoveling" the driveway. What do you know, it worked!