Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Half-Assed Snowpocalypse

My inner-meteorologist tells me that we have a couple of inches of snow on the ground here with more to come. So I may be over reaching with the whole Snowpocalypse thing, but this is the third time that we have had snow this winter already. Have I mentioned we live in TEXAS???

At first the kids were disappointed that they still had school today, but they quickly decided to make the best of it and have a snowball fight with their friends at the bus stop. It's amazing how Mar-Dub did not present me with some affliction that should keep her from going to school today.

I usually pity middle school teachers, but today they don't have a chance!

We have had turkey and dressing this week with one of my many turkeys in the freezer. I'm thinking I'll make a quick turkey pot pie with the rest of it tonight.

As luck would have it I stumbled across some free pie crusts last week. I didn't need them, but then I thought, "Who am I to question God's miraculous provision?" And , what do you know? Turkey pot pie sounds perfect right about now. I even think I have everything that I need already in the pantry.


  1. Funny, I'm cooking a turkey today! and will make turkey pie with leftovers! I love both!

  2. Snowpocalypse is headed our way too. The problem with snow in Alabama, no matter how much or how little, is that people here LOSE THEIR MINDS. (I posted about this today.) They are saying we should get 3-5 inches tomorrow & my weather radio just went off to tell me we are under a Winter Storm Warning. WTH? In Alabama? It is as wrong here as it is in Texas!

    Multitasking Momma

  3. While you're getting snowed on like crazy, up in the Pacific Northwest we're experiencing weird warm weather, instead of our usual frigid temperatures. I actually miss the cold stuff. (You probably want to shoot me for saying that. Sorry.) But, regardless of the temperature, turkey sounds FABULOUS! I'm jumping on board the turkey bandwagon, ladies. Hang in there and stay warm.


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