It’s My Fault – I’ll Take the Blame
I admit, it is all my fault today. I will willingly take the blame. It is just what I wanted, but no I am not ready for it.
What am I so eager to take the blame for? The Snow. Just yesterday when looking at my outdoor Christmas lights, I thought it looks almost perfect except for the dull browning grass. I wanted just an inch or so to make the lights sparkle and hide the extension cords running across my yard.
Now, weather, did you hear me? I want 1-2″, not 1-2′. I have lights that will be buried by more than 5″, so lets keep a consistent 1-2″ on the grass this December. INCHES, not feet.
Of course am I ready for the snow? Not really. At least I did get all of my outdoor lights up, staked, connected, and put on timers.
My daughter is mostly outfitted –
- winter coat – bought on clearance in January last year – Check
- hat – last year’s still fits – so Check
- gloves – $1 section at Target – Check
- Boots – last year’s will still fit, and ready with the next size so Check, Check
- Snow Pants – Hmm, I wonder if 3Ts will still fit my skinny 42″ almost 5 year old? I guess they’ll have to make do for school today. Anyone know where to find size 5 overall snow pants without buying a coat too?
Also, with the snow I feel the need to get my Christmas decorations up. The disadvantage of going away over Thanksgiving. I’m behind on my Christmas decorations. (I’ve also been neglecting this blog).
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Anna Mae owns & operates Ann Arbor with Kids, a website dedicated to Family Activities in Ann Arbor. My husband and I moved to Ann Arbor in 2003 and our daughter joined the family in 2006.