|I need a couple things out of the shed... |
I don't want to be digging my way there....ugh.
Then I went to the front door and did the pushing thing with the storm door. My neighbors were already diligently at work clearing driveways and sidewalks. I almost turned around and said "forget it, I'll wait for Spring" but as we know, that cannot be done....not sure if I had enough food in the house to survive that long.
|and more icicles|
So out I went, digging away. I teared up, yes, literally (well, yeah, I'm still a little emotional these days) when my neighbor 2 houses down came by with his snowblower and cleared my sidewalk for me. I stared at him hoping he'd catch my "Oh my gosh, thank you so much, you don't know how much I appreciate this!" vibe. He'll be getting a cake or cookies soon. I can't even express how thankful I am when he does that for me. My neighbor across the street used his snowblower, too, and did my apron that was piled about 3' high. It's so daunting when you think you have to do those two things AFTER the pain of clearing your driveway and the dog path.
I'm getting a massage tomorrow thank you very much.