‘Tis the day before Christmas…

… and I had an Angel shovel my walk!


As you can see, the funny part is that ONLY my part of the sidewalk is clear.  Hm?  Asked the shoveler next door, it wasn’t him.  Asked the husband, too.  He thought this was a pretty nice thing to do and a perfectly good idea, but no, it wasn’t him either.  It is now well into the afternoon and I have asked a couple more people – still, the mystery remains unsolved.  I kinda’ doubt s/he will read my blog.

Whoever it was – Thank You, thank you, thank you!

I finally had the time to put Sofia in a pretty Holiday outfit.  Between selling all those socks.  Let me tell you – this sock-selling business is darn good.  I will have to post another entry devoted to sure-fire saleable items in a depression/recession AND and snow storm


Happy Holidays – Hanukkah – Kwanzaa – Merry Christmas from the  Lower Fremont, snow encrusted, walker populated street of Portland Oregon! (yes, that’s right, where normally any type of snow is gone in a couple of hours….)



1 Response to “‘Tis the day before Christmas…”

  1. 1 Dia
    December 25, 2008 at 23:54

    Michaela – what a wonderful blog!! I did not know you were doing this – I’ll have to come by when I’m in Portland – if it ever warms up enough to want to GET TO Portland!! Burr. Snowy here in McMinnville, too – I uncovered my car today (I’ve been walking a lot, too) & a couple of neighbor ‘Angels’ saw me & came over to help.

    Many blessings in the new year – & PS the socks (you did say you have socks?) look absolutely DIVINE!!


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