On Friday I was high-fivin' for a snow day. Today, I am high-fivin' for a get-me-out-of-here-before-I-go-crazy!!
Oh how nice it was to lay around and be lazy on Friday. It is always a delight thinking you have to go into school/work and then find out school/work is cancelled. The delight you get is equivalent to an eight year old on Christmas morning. I spent the majority of Friday sipping coffee and cleaning. Friday night we ordered pizza (along with the other 1,000 people in the area) and went to our neighbor's and watch We're the Millers. I might or might not have gotten out of my PJs all day. Don't judge.
Saturday I was supposed to head down to Austin to spend the weekend with my Granddad, but #icemageddon2013 prevented that from happening. We literally could not even get off our street. The roads were straight ice, ice, baby. Since the house looked like Mr. Clean had come through, there was not much else to do. Chris and the pups went on an adventure through the neighborhood and down to a creek. I held down the couch... We then napped and I cooked. We played cards and drank too much coffee. I finally showered. I went on a deep cleaning rampage and started cleaning out cabinets and paperwork. We finally decided it was time for bed, but the combination of coffee, an hour long nap, and the exertion of no energy all day made for a tough time falling asleep.
Sunday was spent, surprise, surprise....inside! We could see the ice beginning to melt, but the over three inches of accumulated ice is far from being gone. We have no milk, no bread, no tape to wrap presents, and we are on our last scoops of dog food, so tomorrow, rain, hail, sleet, or snow, this girl is getting out! Oh, and I'll have the whole day to do that since we have ANOTHER snow day.
Us Texans can't handle this weather. It was good for a day, but I am over it. Cabin fever has set in and I need to escape!
How was your weekend?! Did you experience #icemageddon2013?
By the way, I am still praying for all those who lost power all weekend! My lack of milk and bread is no comparison to your chilling temperatures inside your house!