It snowed in Greensboro last night, which sent everybody into a panic. All schools were closed so Marvin got a day off, and I didn't even have to go in until mid-morning.
So we played.
I know those of you with real weather are laughing at our panic-inducing accumulation. This is April in Michigan! Not only would it not be a snow day, people would wear shorts! It was a balmy 28!
Anyway, we also took advantage of the snow to reenact the photo that we have of our house, which was built in 1950. Soon after we bought this place last spring, there was a knock on the door and the former owner was there, bearing blueprints and lot info and a photo of the son of the first owners, who lived here from 1950 until 1993.
You know how things like this are right up my alley. Anyway, here is the picture she gave us. I had it mounted and framed for an anniversary gift to Marvin.
Since we finally had snow in our yard today, we recreated the scene. Next we will get into those Civil War reenactments. Anyway, here is Marvin. I like how he even captured the open mouth/hands hanging thing.
Yes, he's totally wearing his pajamas in the front yard. I love how you can see how the tree has grown, and that the X on the front porch rail is still there.
Do you know what I wish? I wish we didn't have all that stupid landscaping. I really don't. I am monkey grassed out. It's driving me ape. I should just eat a Rhesus and get over it.
Okay, I will stop. I don't want you climbing the walls. Swinging to another blog.
Are you really going to leave me for another blog, you cheetah? Okay, that isn't even a monkey. I officially have to stop now. Goodbye.