It snowed here on Saturday night. School was on a 2 hour delay today. And I get it, the county roads (and even some of the main ones) were icy this morning. But I was a bit unprepared for it when someone mentioned snow days last week. Living in NYC as long as I have I had forgotten that it takes much less snow elsewhere in the world. It’s supposed to snow overnight tonight and school was called delay tomorrow by 2:30 this afternoon.
While, driving I have to repeatedly remind myself I can in fact turn right on red (a no no in the city). I also have to remember to budget in time for the inevitable farm equipment I will be driving behind for several miles on a curving road.
I’d forgotten how much it stinks to have to scrape ice off the wind shield of the car. I did figure out the best place to park though so at least the sun hits the car before I have to leave each morning.
It’s interesting to think about how these little annoyances build up so quickly, because when I think about winter in the city – especially when I am was working out of the house full time – it’s not a picnic with the walking everywhere in the wind snow and cold.
I guess what I mean to say is we will always comment on the weather. And isn’t the snow so pretty.
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