“I have a peanut butter and jelly poopy, Mommy” — Gabrielle
“But, I don’t waannnnnnnntttttttt to shovelllllllllllllllllll snow. I want to playyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. WAhHHHHHHhhh” — One of the bratty neighborhood kids as I was outside shoveling. (Side note: better get used to it kid, ya live in PA. It doesn’t matter if you want to do it now, you will have to do it eventually)
“Mozeeeela” — Sarah on whether she liked IE or Mozilla (I don’t know, she pronounced it funny)
“I had other people call a day in advance to say they weren’t coming because of the weather, but not Michelle. I wondered if you were coming or what?” — One of the guys I interviewed with today.
“They offered to put us up in a hotel….but what am I going to do with my dogs.” — Adina talking about the prospect of driving home from Moosic, or stay in a hotel.
“Oh, it looks like the Hanover Township Road Crew/Garbage Men/Volunteer Firefighters/Police Officers are actually out plowing the roads” — Me
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The last quote reminds me of the first year we moved into this house. During our first Xmas here there was a really bad snow storm. I think it was the first year anyway…it might have been the second year. Anyway, Rich and I have this tradition where we go up to his parents for a lunch holiday meal and then we go to my grandmothers for holiday dinner. It was snowing really hard and we decided to stop at the corner deli to get some beer to take up to his parents with us. I don’t know why they were open on Xmas, but anyway that is beside the point. We then got back on Division Street going up the hill. We were in Rich’s little put-put Toyota, and we got stuck behind one of the “Hanover Township Road Department’s Plow Trucks”. By “Hanover Township Road Department Plow Truck” I mean, a 4×4 rear wheel drive Dodge Ram 1 ton. Yeah. It BARELY made it up the hill. It was humorous to say the least.
Hey, American Idol and Big Brother are on tonight. I am in HEAVEN!