Wednesday, December 2, 2009

day of firsts

I woke up this morning and got ready for work as usual.  Only about ten minutes before we were supposed to leave the house, Justin went to take Bobo outside to potty.  He yelled back in to me that it was snowing!  I could not believe it. 

We both grew up in Louisiana where it snows maybe once every ten years, so we were both excited!  I ran outside and tried to take some pictures, but didn’t do too great.  :(  That didn’t stop the excitement though.  First time to see snow in Texas!!!  I hope this is a regular winter occurrence, but I’m not counting on it.

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Then we left for school and work, and we had our first experience driving in snow.  All the times it has snowed in LA, I have never been old enough to drive (I don’t think..)  It was definitely an experience.

And tonight..  Tonight I decided to make upside down pizza again.  Only problem.. it calls for a can of tomato sauce.  Why is this a problem?  Well because my can opener broke two days ago, so I threw it away.  Tonight I had my first experience opening a can with a knife.  I’m just glad I didn’t cut myself!

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I’ve gotta remember to buy a new can opener ASAP!

4 comments:

jill said...

i'm sick with envy about the snow!!!!!!!!! and the upside down pizza sounds yummy ... didn't you post the recipe? i need to go back and look. yum! happy snow day!

candice said...

awww I can't believe yall got snow and we didn't! lol and we're only a state apart!

I really like that upside down pizza. I've made it about 3 times ever since you posted the recipe.. I think you should start posting more recipes like that one.. easy and yummy!

Louisiana Lagniappe said...

hello! i added you a couple of days ago. im from north louisiana also. i live in south la now, and i really miss the cold predicable weather or north louisiana.
tomorrow we are supposed to get snow down here, we will see!

williamson family said...

Ya know, they predict that this will be the coldest, wettest winter Texas has seen in years... that means SNOW (and ice unfortunately). Hopefully we'll see more soon!

And girl.. you better hurry on that new can opener :)