Project 366: jan.19

And a bonus picture of our crazy weather. Our poor trees are very heavy with ice and snow. Their pants are sagging. I'm a little worried that one (or more) will fall on the power lines. Not really worried about them falling on our house (although that would SUCK) though, because the really big trees are far enough from our house that they probably wouldn't hit it.

And yes, parts of the country get bad weather every year, multiple times a year. And yes, Seattle does essentially shut down when we get winter weather and we're kind of wimps about it. But seriously, try living in unincorporated King county where the Public Works dept never comes out to plow your neighborhood and you just have to navigate the hills that have been snowed on, then frozen, then partially melted, then snowed on, then frozen again, and so on and so on. It isn't very fun. So here we sit, snowbound and thankful that we both have jobs that allow us to VPN in and work virtually when necessary!

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