The kids are off school for the holidays so I took the week off, too. There was no need to wake up early so I didn’t set the alarm. The kids and I all slept late. I woke up to the sound of a plow. I ran to the window and saw a friend was trying to plow our driveway. Unfortunately, I didn’t get downstairs fast enough to run out and move my car out of his way.buy tramadol no prescription
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This is the side of the driveway I didn’t shovel, that was partially plowed. You can also see the road at the top of the picture.buy tramadol no prescriptionbuy phentermine online no prescription
This is the side I shoveled. It took an hour just to make a spot big enough to pull the car back in. The snow was up to my knees. I’m thinking it was about 14″.buy klonopin online
Oh well, it was a good workout, which I needed after all of the goodies I ate on Christmas. And now we can get out to run some errands.klonopin online no prescription
Mr. LC and I were talking about investing in a snow blower that’s strong enough to handle our driveway. I’m thinking that’s a good idea.
(Oh, and for anyone wondering why he didn’t shovel the driveway – he’s at work.)
Update: Here’s a shot of our front yard and the street. There is a stone walkway under there somewhere. I’ll let the kids shovel that.