Saturday, February 9, 2013

And Today I Shall Blog

Today we watched an old version of Northwest Passage.  We watched it with much enthusiasm as this is the film my husband and I most talked about when he was deployed.  We couldn’t imagine that there would come a day when the temperature would be cold and blustery and we would snuggle with our children and watch Northwest Passage.  This was a book we both read and speak of often.

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And now gah we have watched it!  It was a dreamy version..too stately and pretty.  And short.

They never did even venture to find the northwest passage but oh well.  It was cold and snowy out and our kids sat amongst us and watched.  The snow has fallen and we have a lot of it.  Like 36” and drifts almost as tall as me.

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This is our car. Guess we aren’t in TX anymore!

6 comments:

Steve Finnell said...
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Dog Trot Farm said...

It is winter in New England for sure! The drifts are simply amazing, it took most of the day to get "dug" out. An hour to dig out the car and an hour to find the chicken coop...Hope your family has gotten over the nasty virus that has been going around...greetings from snowy Maine, Julie.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I'm glad you're safe and sound at home. I've never seen that movie but now I'm curious! Take care and enjoy your sweet family! Warm hugs!

Andi said...

I'm glad you blogged! We need moisture so desperately, I'm jealous of your snow.

And of the excuse to sit inside as a family and cuddle and do nothing but cook and wash dishes and cook...

Barbara said...

I hope you've found your car by now ... being snowed in is lovely sometimes!

Jacqueline said...

Chilly! I am with Diane from Lavender Dreamer, I'm curious too about this film...gotta see it! Another one to add to my movie bucket list!
Happy Belated Valentines! Love sent!
Jacqueline ooo xxx