Monday, December 29, 2008

Why I Live in Florida, part 3

May all of you who live in ice and snow have a lovely rest-of-the-winter.  

(And in the summer, feel free to post pictures of us working up a sweat merely by running out to the mailbox.  Or fending off thumb-sized roaches. :-)  )  



Pamela S. Meyers said...

LOL, that's pretty funny. But the poor guy isn't really well equipped with car-cleaning tools. What was he pushing the snow off with? His padfolio or something? Also, we open our cars first and turn them on to warm the windshield. Then inside you'll find the tools to clean off the car like long-handled brushes and scrapers. :-)

I'm not a fan of having to do any of that, but most of the time it ain't that bad! LOL

Key word is "most."

Right now all our snow and ice is but a memory. Sat. we had 60 degree temps. But, winter isn't over by a long shot. By this time next week we could be sitting in a foot of snow again!

Caitriona said...

That was pretty funny but like Pam said you start the engine and get things warmed up first. Perhaps the guy was a southerner (no offense, I love all my southern friends) spending his first winter in cold country.
Angie you really know how to enjoy life. I appreciate that about you.

SmilingSally said...

You've found some good ones! Thanks.

Mocha with Linda said...

Poor guy! Too funny.

sara said...

oh you have found the best videos...that was GREAT!!!

Kay Day said...

That ones is funny. He keeps trying the key, hoping for a different result, I guess.
I'm with Pam, though. You start the car and have the appropriate equipment. I actually enjoy cleaning off the car.

Anonymous said...

what's bad is when the car door freezes shut...

Holly said...

Ha! HA! HA!! That is funny!

We are SO thankful for garages...and for snowplows....and for no humidity...and really no bugs (except for a few flies). Also? We DO have a stunning view of the front range.

But, I DO LOVE the beach! Mmm, I miss it.