"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Mrs. Mac ... over the edge

On a recent hike up to my neighbor's property (just above mine) to check on their home ... they are snow birds and I am their property manager... Needless to say, I jokingly told them they don't pay me enough any longer to make house calls in these snowy conditions. Just look at what happened on the way over Friday. Thank goodness Mr. Mac was along for the 'hike' or I just might still be swallowed up in this snow bank,

19 comments:

Mrs. Darling said...

You must be feeling younger than I am feeling right now! LOL

Felisol said...

Dear Mrs. Mac,
I can see you are out on adventures.
Perhaps you should try to make angles in the snow,- while you still are not drowned on snow.
From Felisol

byhisgracealone said...

LOL !!!
it's such fun to play in the snow...

blessings
donna

Mrs. Mac said...

Hey you guys, I wasn't playing in the snow. I fell over and was stuck. It took much force to get unstuck and remove the snow shoes.

Sara said...

that has to be your christmas card pic next year! rofl! (in love)

Trish said...

Thank God Mr. Mac was thers or our Mrs. Mac wouldn't have been so happy to be stuck in the snow.
You make a lovely Snow Angel I must say!

Pat said...

You look like your trying out for the Survivor Man TV show! I'm so glad Mr. Mac was there with you...there have been not so pleasant outcomes from situations like this when people were alone. There's safety in numbers!!
By the way, we all appreciate Mr. M taking a moment to capture it in a picture!

Louise said...

Oh thou woman of great courage and fortitude! You are a brave, caring soul to get out in snow like THAT to check on a neighbor's home. Very thankful Mr. Mac was with you and that you're safe and warm.

Willena said...

Some people just never grow up!!! It sure looks like fun...

Check out my blog, Mrs. Mac... you'll find something there for you.

Deb said...

How funny! At least with all that snow you had a soft landing! I agree with Sara --Christmas card - for sure!

And my...HOW GORGEOUS your view!!

...gets prettier with each picture.

Amrita said...

Oh dear , how did you get out?


Merry Christmas to you and your family

Deb said...

Cathy, my prayer for you this Christmas is that the Lord fills you with the strength of His love. That you'll know that by resting in Him, you can accomplish every task that He sets before you. For His strength is made perfect in our weakness. ...not sure why that's my prayer for you...other than that's how the Holy Spirit has directed me to pray!

Have a blessed Christmas my friend!

Saija said...

*smiling* ... you are a youngster still!

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Trish said...

Merry Christmas Oh, leader of the Scarf Sisters!
Much love!

Jada's Gigi said...

Wow! your house is really looking like Christmas! Good thing hubs was around to haul you out! lol Merry Christmas, sister.

Margie said...

That is funny only because Mr. mac saved you!

Merry Christmas!!

Pear tree cottage! said...

Brrrrrrr! and here I am sitting in shorts and no sleeves top just to try and keep cool. Your such a nice blog to visit just wish I could do so more often I enjoy your fun for life.

Best wishes to you all always. Lee-ann

Jim said...

Hi M&M, Adi makes snow angels better than you are doing! (search my blog for that)
http://jimmiehov.blogspot.com/2007/12/adi-can-make-snow-angel-in-sandtrap.html

Our snow bird park is full up across the bridge from us. We call them trailer trash (not really).
http://jimmiehov.blogspot.com/2008/04/trailer-trash-in-our-neighborhood.html

I hope you had a Merry Christmas and that your holidays will be 'bright.'
..

Maggie Ann said...

How fun and you've got snow shoe's on!!! I've always wanted to try those.