Menfolk be shoveling in the a.m.
Whatever. It's SNOWY here. And by snowy? I mean ridiculous gorgeous. And I mean ridiculous gorgeous because I don't have to go anywhere and because my brilliant mother in law stocked up for Armageddon at Giant and I have enough strawberries and seltzer water to get me through till spring.
wanna play in the sand?
She also bought diapers. She's awesome that way.
Oh Santa, my Santa!
Things that are fabulous about being snowed in are:
- It's so pretty!
- My mother in law felt the need to make cookies. Oatmeal chocolate chips. My favorite.
- The in-laws played with Baby Max so I could rock the yoga dvd
- I rocked the yoga dvd
- Elf was on t.v. I am disarmed by Buddy The Elf.
- A molar the size of Wisconsin popped through Max's gum. Hooray! And perhaps, relief?
- Max and I had a serious dance party. The kid has moves.
- I abused my in-laws desire to play with Baby Max, and totally indulged in a big old beauty day!
- Hair has been deep conditioned, skin has been masked. (masqued?)
- Many, many, many, baby snuggles
- Many, many, many, readings of Llama Llama Red Pajama (which come with extra baby snuggles. Bonus.)
- P.J.'s all day.
- Zach is stuck at the St. Regis in D.C. and will possibly be there till Monday
- 'Stuck' apparently involves getting drunk with the kitchen staff and texting me late night.
- No, I won't share the texts with you! (But they were amusing.)
- I miss Zach
- My poor father in law had to shovel everything not once, but twice...and you cannot tell at all.
- His back is wrecked.
- His sister reminded him that 'men of his age can have heart attacks shoveling snow'. (he did not.)
- 'Snowed in' apparently involves eating everything in the house.
- Like yummy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies. And frozen organic vegetarian burritos. And Lentil soup. And oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.
Prozac Puppy in the a.m. loving the snow.
The snow has stopped now, here's hoping that it stays gone so my sweetie can come home to me! And promptly make me mad. Ain't marriage grand?