Wednesday, March 2, 2011

I'm sick of snow.
Really sick of it. It's starting to affect my personal life.
As I was preparing to get off the boat the other day, I was dreading the thought of shoveling more snow.
So I called home first:

ME: "Hi honey, how are you."
Mary Ellen: "Good, when are you coming home?"

Me: "Is there any more snow left?"
Mary Ellen: "That doesn't matter, when are you coming home."

Mark: "What's the weather forecast for Sunday?"
Mary Ellen: "I don't know, haven't looked. Are you coming home Sunday?"

Me: "Is there snow on the ground?"
Mary Ellen: "Most of it's gone, why?"

Me: "Oh, no reason."
Mary Ellen: "We miss you."
Me: "Yeah, miss you too. Before I catch the train, can you send me a current picture of our front yard?"

Me: "Hello?"

Me: "Hello?"


beth said...

i've had a break from it and i'm still tired of it.....and they are forecasting more for this weekend....

i hate it when the weatherman uses the term significant amounts....

if he were here in my family room talking trash like that, i'd kick him in the shin.

Vicky said...

Too funny... ahhh sadly too true also! The sun is breaking through the clouds and its deceiving as its a frosty -5 this morning :)

Formerly known as Frau said...

Hahaha you sleeping in the snow covered dog house now! I'm so sick of snow too....I'm afraid we have many more weeks of this!

Karen said...


Jerral Miles said...

Hang in there, Mark. The calendar can't lie. Spring starts just 19 days from now.

Melinda Owens said...

Not to rub it in, but it's been in the 60's and 70's here for the last two weeks. Okay, okay, I'm rubbing it in. :)

Marilyn said...

Yes, I do believe I would be sick of the snow if for the fact we have only had one day and it was gone by night time. Laughing! Oh is that mean of me?

slommler said...

Hmmmm!! Must have had a bad connection there!! Ha!!

Joey said...