Posted by: joedaddy | February 13, 2009

More Snow @ The Casa

We’ve seen some strange weather this winter here in the hills of the southern California desert. Today (2/13) I’m sitting here watching the second big snow of the winter (big for us), sadly facing the fact that my sweet wife Terrie, yes the same one you know and love as well, will not make it home tonight because she got SNOWED OUT! Yep, when she went to work this morning, it was barely raining. By noon it had begun to snow but wasn’t sticking at all. After about an hour or so of steady, small, rainy, snow, I called Terrie to tell her that the road over the hill might be getting more snow and maybe she should think about coming home early to avoid getting stuck on the other side. I decided to drive up to the top of San Francisquito cyn. rd. to see how much snow had fallen there. I had BARELY made it to the trail crossing about half way up when I was forced to turn back. I skillfully (ha ha) turned the van around and headed back DOWN the now very slippery road. When I got home I immediately called Terrie only to have her calling me at the same time. she called to inform me that she was in no way getting over the hill (her birthday WAS just a week ago) and was going to her friend Sharon’s house to wait it out. So, here I sit. Listening to some awesome Pandora Radio, drinking a Stone IPA, and wondering what I should do tonight? Home alone. The remote in MY hand. Watching the snow fall. I did say I was sad didn’t I? More later ………..

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  1. Suggestions for what to do with your night: attempt to build snowman, turn up the radio and dance, also sing, drink more Stone IPA regardless (yum, I’m drinking Redhook ESB at the moment. not quite as yum but good). Other options include door bell ditching and prank calling. The latter is never gets old.

  2. Snow at Casa de Luna? weird. That back garden seemed like it would always be summer there beneath the trees. Good times.

  3. Snow at the Casa + Joe Daddy drinkin IPA = Neighbor kids eatin yellow snowcones.


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