Sunday, February 12, 2006

Snow!





Wow. We have over a foot of snow in downtown Philadelphia already and we're still in white out conditions.

Monty adores this weather so I let him out and took a few shots of him and a photo of what's going on in my back yard right now.

I'm in full mother panic mode because yep, Julie is leaving Montreal in a few hours and she's got to head back home through upstate New York to get here and they are getting the worst of this storm later this morning.

Eric is bummed because Carolyn slept over last night and the two of them are supposed to be starring in a music video being filmed at noon but unless the shoot is all paid for and all of the "players" are in downtown Philly, they aren't going anywhere. I can't even see my front steps from the time a half hour ago I took those pics of Monty until now.

Right now they are sitting here in the living room with me and I'm like "Don't you want to go out and play in this? Can I give you guys some money to have breakfast out?"

"No".

Oh well. I guess I should be good mom and offer to make pancakes or something, huh.


I'll be back...
xo

5 comments:

Jessica said...

I'm about to venture outside for the first time today. Watched the snow fall all night from my apartment which is on the 8th floor of the building. Especially love the thunder and lightening during snow.

And I did give in and cooked up a mess of eggs for my friends. Won't someone make ME pancakes?

Go frolic in the snow with Monty.

Myfanwy Collins said...

Monty is so cute! He's just like Darby in the snow--sticking his face right in it. Wish I was so joyous about it.

katrina said...

That snow is GORGEOUS!! Wish I was there with you, Rob!!!

Stephanie said...

Monty looks a bit bewildered. :)

RobinSlick said...

Darn, it's really starting to melt but then at night it freezes over and I took a header walking the dog...nothing serious...but ugh, I remembered why I don't quite love the snow as much as an adult as I did as a kid.

But yeah, Monty is so cute and he's obsessed with going out in it...even now he's looking at me expectantly, like, "Go get dressed, Mom."

Steph, how are you? It's so nice to see you here from time to time. I get teary eyed for the old TWR. As I'm sure you've heard, it's a far different place these days.

And Jess, come over for pancakes any time.