I went sledding with my nieces and siblings today. It was a lot of fun, and we enjoyed racing each other down the hill. I was grateful that our friend let us borrow the sleds so that we could have that opportunity.
Living in Idaho, a lot of my posts are about snow. This season we have almost reached the average snowfall for the year (about 4 ft), and we still have three months left to expect snow. So when your neighbors come help you shovel piles of snow on a regular basis, that’s a pretty good thing.
This is a little late, but better late than never. I was shoveling the sidewalk yesterday after a couple of snowstorms. It was very hard to shovel because the snow had iced over in a few places. A neighbor came by with his snowblower and asked if I wanted help making a path. He cleared the sidewalk in just a couple minutes, when it would have taken me 30 minutes or more. This isn’t the first time my neighbors have helped me clear snow. The sidewalk on the other side of the house was cleared by another neighbor, as well. So I only had to shovel the driveway yesterday because my neighbors were generous enough to shovel both sides of my sidewalk.