We are sitting in the middle of one of the biggest snowstorms we have had in a long time.
On Wednesday my husband and I were chatting about how almost all of the snow from the last 4 weeks was finally melting.
But then we read the weather forecast and this morning we were not surprised to wake up to about 10cm of new snow.
It has snowed all day Thursday and is going to continue until Friday evening. By the end of it they say we should have over 25cm.
There have been so many accidents reported today and people are having a terrible time trying to get anywhere.
Seriously, I am not a snow person, but many of the people that live here are. We are very close to the mountains and I’m sure many people are just itching to get their skis and snowboards out this weekend if the slopes are open.
At our house we had our gas fireplace serviced yesterday and our home office is nice and warm. Aside from having to go outside to shovel the driveway, I am happy to sit here for the next 5 days while the snow comes down.
If it is nice and warm where you live, enjoy it!
Friday’s Circle of Friends
Have you ever watched "You Gotta Eat Here!" on the food network channel? If you haven't you really need to. It is so good!
You also just gotta read these posts!
DC at Young Adult Money wrote a good post about the way people try to sell their houses without staging them first: How To Get A House Ready For Sale
Femmefrugality talks about buyer’s remorse in Quality vs. Price: St. Brigid's Necklace Review
AverageJoe at thefreefinancialadvisor shares some thoughts on what is to become of the US economy now that the election is over A Look Into the Post-Election Crystal Ball
Makin The Bacon$ talks about whether or not being a shy person holds a person back from becoming successful in Shying Away from Success?
Kim at Eyes on The Dollar had a very interesting time finding a suitable tenant for the house that she just renovated. Rental Property Series: Let’s Drink to Having Tenants
Read about a very fun way to teach your children the importance of saving money and how to do it by Shannon at The Heavy Purse Setting Our Family Save Goal
A personal story about how KK from Student Debt Survivor managed during the recent hurricane. Check out the photos she took too. Not nice. Things I Learned During Hurricane Sandy
Maggie at Square Pennies wrote How I Taught My Daughter about Credit Cards. If you are looking for really good ways to teach your children about money, Maggie’s post is a great example of how to do that. There is actually a good message in her post for all of us, young and old.
Happy reading! Enjoy your weekend!