Wednesday, January 6, 2010

*grumbles*

Pipes are frozen again. They thawed out well on Sunday but now they're solid again. It's currently 14F (-12C) here and we're going to have snow dumped on us again. The "highs" this weekend will all be in the single digits... which I rather think makes them not count as "high."

I had intended on posting something fun today, but instead I have to babysit the pipes and makes sure they don't warm up too quickly. Then I get to go look at a house with FH and refill our drinking water jugs at the store.

For now, I think Confetti has the right idea.

9 comments:

Debbie said...

Sounds like us over here Kat. All the outside taps are frozen, which is causing problems getting water to the animals. Bloody Weather. Stay warm and safe..xxx

Ara said...

Sorry about your pipes.... we in Texas tend to forget about them so I am glad I saw your post today... need to remind the hubs to check them! hope it warms up! hugs, ara

julie campbell said...

Aaaw Bless ! Confetti looks so sweet and cosy :0)
Hope those pipes are okay,
julie xxx

Kim said...

Frozen pipes strike fear in my heart. Nothing worse than waking up to find there is no water. I wish I could join Confetti till it warmed up too :) Last night on the news the weather lady said- and on Saturday it will be warm and balmy- 12 degrees. I turned to the hubby and said "only in Minnesota could 12 degrees be called warm and balmy"

Stay warm!!! Hope your pipes are running soon!!

Cate and David said...

Frozen pipes are horrible! Thinking warm thoughts for you and yours!

Tallulah Belle said...

Oh my goodness...come on down for a warm :-)

Hope you an get the pipes working and keep them unfrozen.

Tallulah Belle said...

Oh my goodness...come on down for a warm :-)

Hope you an get the pipes working and keep them unfrozen.

kathi said...

"Confetti." What a cute name for a very smart kitty!
Hope you are able to keep your pipes warm! I've been grumbling about that too.
Warm thoughts to you!

Debie Lyons said...

Sorry to hear about the pipes Kat. Stay safe and warm if you can xxx
Debie xxx