Friday, February 12, 2010

Winter Wonderland Even More Beautiful. . .

That is what we woke up to this morning!
My jaw is still on the floor.

We almost had a catastrophe, though.
No, no trees caved into our house. (One caved into our backyard, but we think that's okay.)

The catastrophe was the coffee pot.

It quit!

Sam and I are serious coffee drinkers.

He was willing to brave the weather to go get us some.... ah, but we thought, 'maybe we just need to clean the pot?'

We did (need to and clean it) and we're good to go.
(Vinegar is a wonderful thing.)

Stay warm, y'all.


sara [at] journey of doing said...

LOL, not a bad catastrophe, Aunt Nancy! I'm glad for that! And how sweet of Sam to offer to save the day... you're pretty lucky, you know? :)

Nancy said...

Yes, SE, I am VERY lucky. :)

laura said...

Haha. Wow! that was a close one

Being Beth said...

Our catastrophe was 40 hours without power. No coffee, no tea, no warmth. Actually it wasn't so bad. Life can be reduced to the basics. Every time one of us complained, the other simply said, "Thank you for sharing, now sit down and be grateful. You could be 27 days under a grocery store in Haiti." It's all perspective.

This morning, I'm grateful for electricity and heat.

Nancy said...

40 hours, Beth?! Oh, my goodness. Y'all should have come over here!!


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