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Good morning Persona Paper!

Good morning fellow Persona Paper members. I hope you are all having a wonderful start to your day. The blizzard has passed and it is a beautiful sunny (and cold) morning here at the Jersey Shore. The final snow total for this area was 18 inches but places just 10-15 minutes away got 24 and 32 inches.

My husband is about to head outside for Round 2 of shoveling. He prefers not to wait and do it all at once which is probably the smart way to go. I don't get involved with shoveling snow so I don't have to make a decision on such matters.

We are going to attempt to go out for lunch and drinks and to watch the 1pm football game this afternoon. After being stuck in the house all day yesterday, my husband wants to get out for at least a little while. As long as the roads aren't too bad, we will do it.

Stay tuned!


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grandma20121 wrote on January 24, 2016, 12:54 PM

I guess you were not spared much from this storm, oddly enough we did not get any snow this time

missfortune wrote on January 24, 2016, 12:59 PM

I am surprised he doesn't have a leaf blower or snow blower. I used the leaf blower to clear the first couple hours of snow and it worked great as long as no one walked through it. Once it got to be a couple of inches deep it wasn't the least bit effective outside of annoying people LOL

njchicaa wrote on January 24, 2016, 3:28 PM

He says our driveway is too narrow and short to make a snowblower much help. I don't know. I bet he wished he had one last night when he was shoveling almost a foot of snow.

njchicaa wrote on January 24, 2016, 3:29 PM

at least we didn't get the flooding that those on the immediate coast had to deal with.

missfortune wrote on January 24, 2016, 10:53 PM

A hand held leaf blower would be better for that. I love mine because it works great on the spider webs in the summer and leaves in the fall. The battery powered ones are better in the snow though, no cords to trip over