This winter is proving to be one with a bit of a bite as we await yet another snowstorm that's slated to come into the region later this afternoon and leave 6 to 10 inches of snow in its wake. All I can say in regards to that is - UGH! I don't mind a little bit of snow every once in awhile and certainly expect it what with living in New England and all but does it always HAVE to snow when I have to go into work?!? Is that one of Murphy's Unwritten Laws?
Unfortunately I was not smart enough to have gone into a job like teaching that gets to stay home whenever there is a snow day and also doesn't work weekends and holidays. Oh no, I hadn't thought about that when I took a job in a career field that works 24/7, 365 days a year! Honestly, what was I thinking? Was I thinking at all? I think not!
What I think at this point, though, is that if this storm is as bad as the forecasters are predicting it's going to be (not that they've ever been known to be wrong, mind you!) then if they want me at work bright and early on Sunday morning then someone from work is going to have to come fetch me in a four-wheel drive vehicle - or sled dogs if need be as there is no way I am going to even attempt to take my car down the two massive hills that I live on. I need to seriously think about moving to flatter terrain if these sorts of winters are going to continue!
Ah well, in the meantime here's a picture of warmer days past that my friend Andrew sent me awhile back and gave me permission to use should I like. Pretty, isn't it?
So, how's the weather where you live?