It all started with some sleet around 1:30 on Monday and My husband decided that he better pick Aaron up early from day care. As he crept over there, he hit a patch of ice that spun him around and put him in the ditch on the opposite side of the road.
We got a couple inches of snow last night on top of the sleet. These are just a few photos of our new truck (less than a year old). My husband is bruised and sprained but not hurt other wise. I am so thankful that he was wearing his seatbelt, we had a fatality at about that time on the other side of town and the person wasn't wearing a belt.
I crept across town and took another route to pick Aaron up and then crept to where Joe was in the ditch and rescued him.
I am thankful that I have a job that allows me to stay home when the weather is bad. But now Aaron has cabin fever. I wish he knew the meaning of "sleep in", especially since the bruising and sprains caused Joe to toss and turn and groan all night. But no.....I had to get up early to fix Aaron this