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Monday, December 29, 2008

The snow is finally melting

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I haven't been getting out of the house much lately with all the snow. But it's finally melting. Saturday evening a snow plow cleared the street, which was a mess, as you saw on Friday's post. On Sunday Alex and Olivia played with the big piles outside while I sketched.

Here are all the snow related posts since the weather started going crazy a couple of weeks ago.

[ Estos últimos días no he salido mucho de casa con tanta nieve por todos lados. Pero por fin se empieza a derretir. El sábado por la tarde vino un quitanieves a limpiar la calle, que estaba imposible, como ya visteis en mi post del viernes. El domingo Alex y Olivia estuvieron jugando con los montones de nieve que dejó el camión mientras yo dibujaba. ¶ Aquí puedes ver todas las entradas del blog sobre la nieve desde que el tiempo se volvió loco hace un par de semanas. ]

5 comments:

  1. I've been reading/looking at your blog for a while but I wanted to let you know that I really enjoy it. Your art in the Seattle Times today was awesome too! For someone who's working on their Spanish, the bottom part is also really helpful.

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  2. Yes, and what a relief it is! It was pretty, but a little too much cabin time for this kid! Love you illos!

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  3. Just stumbled upon your site and wanted to say "wow!" Thanks for sharing your sketches, they are truly amazing! Our snow is not completely gone yet....won't be long though (hopefully)!

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  4. thanks Tim, I told my editor at the Times that you liked the illustration and she was happy to hear that.

    @get zapped, nice to see a comment from a fellow pacific northwesterner! you're so right about the cabin fever! we were going a little crazy in my household

    @Colleen, glad you found the blog, thanks for the kind words!

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