Now that the storm is passed, and we’re all dug out—which is a whole other story, for another time—we can look back at the fun, the pain, and even the beauty Nemo left us.
The funnest part, of course—for many of us—was being bundled up safe at home, with plenty of supplies, while the cold world raged outside. Some of us lost power, unfortunately, at least for a period of time; and with power, heat.
Others, like my own brother and his wife, worked into the storm (and some of them, through the storm), in emergency-response and medical fields, and for that we thank them.
And after it was over, then came the basking and romping, and some great photo-taking. I’ve collected a number of photos my friends have posted.
Like this little fella (posted by one of my other sisters-in-law), waiting for another shovelful:
Unfortunately, when I see this shot, all I can think of is: How come their bathroom is never overrun with snowflakes?
L.B. took a picture from her back porch. Unfortunately, you can’t see much, because—hey!—giant snow drift, that’s why! Click to continue »