Cabin Fever

Look! Snow! And the obligatory weblog photos of the Blizzard of 2005!


Here’s peeler bravely marching into battle against the snowdrifts:



I hope there’s nothing important, like a car, under this pile. Only spring will tell:



The best thing about working for a university: snow days. I tackled our half of the sidewalk Monday morning:



The neighbors, inspired by my awesome snow removal skills (or by the realization the snow can’t be that bad if a girl can clear the sidewalk in 10 minutes), shoveled the other half of the sidewalk later in the afternoon.


*Cooking from scratch update*



I made mayonnaise.


This weekend I also made an apple cake, deviled eggs, cream of broccoli soup (avec homemade stock), and cheese puffs. Sweet cabin fever.

9 Comments

  1. Suze

    February 1, 2005 @ 9:33 pm

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    Mmmm, that mayonnaise looks good. And I love the snow pics. We moved from Boston in August 2003, but I still get all nostalgic when I hear about the big snow storms (go figure). We live in NC now, so a big winter storm is two inches of snow and a coating of ice.

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