Monday, January 22, 2007

Snow day

My northern friends will laugh at this little dusting of snow (our first of the winter), but all the kids in the county enjoyed a snow day today. I was glad not to have to go anywhere, but I took the girls outside for a few minutes for a little walk just to keep them from going stir-crazy!


Thanks for your kind comments about my back, everyone! It still is uncomfortable, but I don't think it is injured as badly as I had feared when I first felt it go *rip*. Icing and tons of ibuprofen for the first day helped and today I'm just taking it easy and not exercising. I may try to run slowly tomorrow afternoon, though. We'll see. Cycling or the bike trainer is still out of the question for a while - that can hurt my back even on a good day!

9 comments:

ironjenny said...

Those are great!!! I especially like the snow-eating picture...

Flatman said...

Nothing like some muddy snow to quench the thirst... :)

Fe-lady said...

We had more snow than you guys...wierd hmm? Must have to do with the global WARMING? At least that's what my daughter tells me!
Hope your back is doing better.
I slipped and fell on black ice this a.m. on a walk my husband and I decided to take as schools were closed until noon here (icy roads).
Luckily I bounced up and am just a little bruised...ouch!

momo said...

nancy - we got snow here in az yesterday too! the kids thought it was the greatest thing, they were trying to make snow angels in a quarter inch of snow. talk about muddy snow... :-)

Steve Toby said...

Like father, like daughter. I used to eat snow too.

Wendy said...

Adorable pictures Nancy! Keep taking care of that back!

Charles said...

We got our share of cold sub freezing weather this year but no snow! How come you get snow and we don't! I miss snow :-(

ShirleyPerly said...

Cute pics. But that's certainly a LOT more more snow than I have in FL or HI :-)

Hope the back gets better soon!

ShirleyPerly said...

Cute pics. But that's certainly a LOT more more snow than I have in FL or HI :-)

Hope the back gets better soon!