Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Working in a winter wonderland

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.  We did!  Everything went smoothly.  We didn't even have any snow to bother us on our drive to visit our family.

Today, on the other hand ... it's snowing hard, it's cold and windy, and there's a snow storm in the forecast. 

Didn't matter to the lagoon builders though!  They were here early, working away.

It still seems like a holiday - I'm not exactly sure what day of the week it is - but everyone's back to work.

If your 'work' is blogging about it, the snow doesn't matter anyway.

Speaking of, a guy called today to ask me to be a part of a social media panel at the Michigan Potato grower annual meeting.  It sounds like fun - not only do I know the other panel members, but I also would love to read a potato grower blog!  I know you would too.  I'm sure we can think of some creative, punny names for their blogs.  I say potato, you say potato ... I've got my eye on you ... an ap'peel'ing story ... I could go on and on, but I better save something for the panel.

I'm off to watch the snow fall!  And my kids shoveling my walk!  Gee, winter sure is tough.


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Julie said...
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Julie said...

I can't think of any good puns, but I'll keep my eyes peeled for some. My advice to potato growers? Stay grounded... I hear they can get loaded.

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