Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Trace Evidence

The problem with snow is that it leaves no bad driving hidden.

8 comments:

Mental P Mama said...

We had a whole circle in our yard last year. Most embarrassing.

Julie said...

That is so funny and you already have snow...wow!

McEwens said...

Well, I have done that. Last year I was driving a little too fast, the road turned ...I didnt. Yep, right up the peoples lawn.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for coming by again, good to see you. I am taking photography classes and we had to write an article posting two pictures with it. Like a little paper might do. I think it is just "busy" work, but I love doing assignments like that. Two more classes and one field trip and I will have earned my little "certificate". Isn't that special? I am having so much fun!!!!!

Already having a little snow...how neat. But I have to be careful what I wish for because I just might get it. I do love snow, can't wait for it, but don't want a huge long winter full of wet snow! Know what I mean?

pam said...

What a fun photo. I thought we would wake up to all that snow you sent our way, but alas, NOTHING! The Boy was bummed. Apparently it came in swaths and we just sort of missed them. It skirted to the north, skirted to the south. The best part about this photo is while I have never actually taken the exact one myself, I totally have missed the driveway and done this. And I am not a bad driver! I just tend to come in kind of in a hurry I suppose, or back out not paying attention I guess. Anyhow, you totally made my day when I saw this. Of course you often do because I swear our brains are wired similar!

Checkered said...

Hmmmm.... Does this happen often in the summer time?

Karen said...

This is true. But it also tells me if the kids actually fed the ponies before school or not.

Big Hair Envy said...

Here's your story: You were so overcome by the beauty of the snow that you lost focus for JUST a moment........