Sunday, December 28, 2008

Finally able to get out of the driveway...

OMGosh....2 weeks seems like forever when you are stuck at home when your wheels are snowed in the driveway. Today was the 1st time in 15 days that I could drive my car...I was SO HAPPY! I was singing "I can Drive, I can Drive, I can Drive!!" My son and husband thought I was nuts.

My friend drove Tanner and I yesterday to my sister's for our family Christmas gathering otherwise we wouldn't of been able to make it, cuz we were still stuck in the driveway. Even if we'd of shoveled it out,,,the streets were so bad, I'd of gotten stuck for sure, as I have no chains or studs. My niece and her husband drove us home,,,it was a great day. The kids get so excited when they are opening their gifts.

I have this week off as the company is closed until Jan. 5th, so I hope to get some stamping done and maybe make a few trips to Goodwill after I go thru my cupboards in the kitchen.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from our family to yours! Hope everyone has a wonderful day, filled with love and joy around you.

The Ransier's

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Kids on their bikes.

Tanner and Tristan riding their bikes in the snow.

The uncovering of my car.

The boys uncovered my car so I could try to start it after sitting for a week buried in the snow.

Ice layer, with snow above and below.

Ice layer looks pretty cool!
Cory buried in the snow. Brrrrrrrrrrr!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Yet More SNOW pics.

Tanner and Cory with Wolf sitting in the snow.
Wolf is chasing snowballs.
Tanner sitting in the snow....I'm sure he is numb by now.
Tanner and Cory sitting.
Tanner and Cory kneeling in the snow with Wolf in our front yard.

My backyard!

Here is my backyard!
Pretty icicles.
Craftroom door.
Arbivitas hanging to the ground

Tanner knocking some of the ice/snow off the arbivitas.

Dec. 22, 2008 more snow pics

YES, more snow pics.

We got another 6-8" of snow overnight and it's still coming down. I took a few more pics of my car and of the neighbors jeep across the street. If you scroll down at previous posts, you will notice how much deeper the snow is by looking at what little candycanes are left showing in the front yard.