Everyone thinks my life is wildly exciting. Yes I’m a former Storm-trooper from the future, and yes I’m a clone with mad skills. My life is not all glamour and parties though. Like yesterday, yesterday I ran errands.
So my day started with a little work. These are star charts. TJ and Tourist Dave thought they were Jackson Pollack paintings. Um…no. I tried to explain Space to them but they broke out in song and dance. I gave up.
I got in the car. The Roomie drove and we went to Target.
I targeted in on the soda we were picking up because of the awesome price.
I pointed out that perhaps it was time to fill up on petrol. I’m a former soldier we do what needs to get done.
Then back home and I read a book. So ended my ordinary day….Clone Style!
Winter Storm Mars blew through our neighborhood. It snowed a long time (over 24 hours) but amounted to very little.
It started out with some big snowflakes. Bantley wasn’t having much of this snow business. He prefers the comfort of a warm mug of grog and a toasty fire.
By this morning though the snow had gathered on the grassy areas and the trees. It reminded Jeff the Clone of Narnia. Very pretty.
Jimmy just wanted to have an Irish Coffee and call it a day but Eddie reminded him it was their turn to clean off the automobile. Jimmy then went and made snow angels while Eddie and Jeff the Clone cleaned off the car. Stupid drunken poet!
Mars was anything but out of this world. We all gave it a 1 on the Snowmageddon Meter.
So in our neighborhood we got 22.4″ of snow from Jonas. I still think it’s stupid they name the storms. Now nobody will want a friend named Jonas because that a-hole dropped 2-3′ of snow on the east coast!
I think that Homie needs a smaller shovel. It do give him props for giving it a try though 😉
I was Bjorn of the mountain. Really there were mountains of snow everywhere after the plows came through. Crazy stuff this Nor’easter business.
We decided to have some fun sliding down the hill. It would be sledding if someone remembered to bring the sled. I’m not pointing fingers but you’ll recognize him from his thumbs up…BUDDY!
Homie says he enjoys snow so much more now than when he was a garden gnome/elf. He’s a big fan of keeping dry and being warm. We all survived and the next storm to come our way has been changed to a passing rain shower so no more shoveling for a bit. YAY!!!