Sunday, December 12, 2010

Stranger than Fiction

Minnesotans woke up this morning and the world was one giant Dairy Queen Ice Cream Cake. Two feet of smooth snow covered everything: sidewalks, cars, even some house windows. I read just now that the Teflon roof of our beloved Metrodome collapsed under the weight of too much snow. I heard one man describe the stadium as "a big bowl with sugar in it."

A wonderful neighbor cleared our sidewalk with his snowblower. I still spent three full hours outside moving snow off our walkways and driveway. There's so much snow, though, that it wasn't always easy to figure out where to put it.

What a morning in Minnesota.


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