Thursday, January 13, 2011

Mega Snow

It snowed all Tuesday night and in the morning the scenery looked like this again:

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Fortunately it warmed up and some of the snow is gone already but it is a sloshy mess outside. Cliff had to attend a meeting that night but luckily he was picked up and did not have to drive. The next day we saw on the News that many vehicles ended in the ditch exactly where Cliff would have been. We are supposed to get warmer weather for the next few days, so hopefully most of the snow will go.
I had a “high learning curve “ day today. I had been thinking of switching our phone from Telus to Shaw Cable but wanted to be sure of any deals. In the end I stayed with Telus because they reduced my monthly charges by about $ 7.00 and even included call display and voice mail for the new lower price. It sure pays to ask!!! So today I had to program the new features into my phone. As so often happens the person I dealt with at Telus was hard to understand which was very frustrating to say the least. In the end everything worked out OK and I can put away our answering machine.
Pidge and Judy wanted to know what “Digestive biscuits” are so I took some pictures to show you:
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They taste very good and are not too sweet. I always try the least expensive type and since these taste great I see no reason to buy the more expensive ones. All kinds of companies manufacture them.

Time to do a bit more sock knitting.
Good night everybody ☺

3 comments:

Gypsy said...

I think they aren't commonly sold by that name in the US - unless your grocery has a section with foods of Britain. We probably have them but under a different name.

pidge said...

Thanks for the info. I had never heard of them before, but they sound good.

Fred and Wilma said...

Wow Vera...Mega Snow you have. And I thought my meezly 4 to 5 inches of snow was alot. Looking like this Tuesday we are in for another 3 inches on top of what we have now. That will be a total of around 8 inches. No where near what you have though!
Stay warm.