Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


Snow day!

Little Bit couldn't resist getting out in the snow as soon as possible. So, I bundled her up and she promptly said "I can't put my arms down!" Then, she giggled fiercely. :) The boys got out of school early and what normally takes me about 20 minutes to do took at least an hour. In about the span of a mile, I saw five cars spun off the road. I was going about 25 and people were zooming past me. Oddly enough, they spun out. Get a grip people. The kids are now out having a snowball fight. They're going to be wet and cold when they come in. So, I better start a fire and get the hot chocolate going.


  • At 3:12 PM, March 06, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Yea - Denton looked beautiful - if you looked at it falling and at the beginning, now the roads are just nasty.

    I was supposed to have a midterm today, but our professor's a Nazi and refused to cancel the test, so I drove all the way up to Denton and by the time I got there, TWU closed the campus. So, then I got to drive all the back home! Glad I left when I did - it's already gotten a lot worse and I, too, saw a lot of accidents back around 1pm.

    Crazy stuff! Hope the kids enjoy it!

  • At 5:14 PM, March 06, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    What you're having today is the same crap we've had up here west of Chicago basically every day since early December . . . difference is, of course, if I remember correctly, you folks have essentially zero snowplows, road salt, etc. with which to function through it.

    My brother lives near Plano; one Christmas when we were visiting (2000?), the DFW metroplex had a freak 5-6-in. snowfall the day we were to leave, and the drive to Love Field to catch a plane was much more harrowing than ANY drive I've endured in a Chicago winter . . .

  • At 8:01 PM, March 06, 2008, Blogger KA said…

    aww, your kids absolutely adorable!

  • At 7:17 AM, March 07, 2008, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    WOW - looks beautiful and I am glad you are all safe and warm... just remember tho, that every kid needs to eat a little dirt or they will become neurotic... see how well AoD turned out??!!

    AoD mom

  • At 3:32 PM, March 09, 2008, Blogger Gadfly said…

    I waited an hour for the bridges to thaw and then headed on in. There was lots of left over carnage until you got further southeast, then it wasn't so bad.


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