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Oh! Snow not again

I know they predicted it but you never think it's going to be as bad as they say. I got up this morning and had Chris Moyles on the radio (love him), he was talking about how bad the weather was, I looked out of the bedroom window and nothing. So I had a shower, had my breakfast. Ithen closed all the blinds still nothing, went upstairs to get my boots out of the wardrobe cleaned my teeth put my coat on and stepped out of the door to this!

Where did that come from! I swear it came down that quickly and it's still coming down. Then you end up looking and thinking do I go to work or not. I decided to wait and see, but now 2 hours later it's a white out.

This little guy sits outside in my garden looking in through the patio doors. I'm feeling very guilty it looks like he's pleading to come in.

It is absolutely beautiful but I can only say that because I'm inside, warm and safe.
I didn't feel like that on Monday when I was in Dudley with one of my friends at work, we were delivering some software training and kept asking each other all the way down, what are we doing. The drive back was very scary and not an experience I care to repeat. So for now I'll sit in an look out.


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