Snow Days, Wyoming Style

So… …we may have gotten a bit more snow during the night than we were anticipating. And it’s still coming down.

I’m not sure of the official numbers yet, but my unofficial measuring system puts this one in the “world o’hurt, shoveling-wise” category. Firmly.

In fact, we might be lookin’ at the largest single-storm accumulation since we arrived here in “God’s Country.”

It’s our own little Snowmageddon (though I’m also partial to Sarah’s “Snöwtterdämmerung” title).

The boys took it in stride, as always.

It was a bit trickier to get from one side of the yard to the other than usual.

But that didn’t seem to bother them.

They managed to keep themselves amused.

Plus, Mom just might allow them to join their RealSchoolMates in a snow day.

Now, if I can just get her to release me from my shoveling duties…

About Joseph Susanka

Joseph has been doing development work for institutions of Catholic higher education since graduating from Thomas Aquinas College in 1999. A grateful resident of Wyoming, he spends his free time exploring the beautiful Wind River Mountains, keeping track of his (currently) seven sons, and thanking his lucky stars for Netflix.

  • Ann Marie

    Don’t lose any of those cuties in a snow drift!

    As beautiful as it is and as much as I love snow, I am glad we got out ahead of it. The 84 degrees we have today is about 20 degrees too much for my taste though.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/summathissummathat/ Joseph Susanka

      This particular storm would almost certainly have extended your Wyoming stay, Ann Marie…which would have made us Wyomingites happy, but would probably have complicated your lives a good deal. (Also, 84 degrees??? Yikes.)


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