I refuse to mention, at least by name, the event that is happening outside. People are posting pics of it, but I have a window, I can see it. I know that I have posted pics and vids of it in the past but I am over it already and it’s really the first of note, this year. I just don’t like not being able to readily go anywhere I may need or want to go. Places are closed. Roads aren’t necessarily treacherous but the people who don’t know how to traverse them are. People and their milk sandwiches; really.
However, there’s the other side who are complaining that school is let out with this or that this isn’t impressive, blah blah blah. Well, no matter what you think, this area isn’t used to it and it’s always better to err on the side of caution than it is to take that chance. Always. So please, shut up.
The only thing that is more polarizing than this white mess is politics and religion. Two things that I try my best to not discuss. I do sometimes get sucked in to it, but I try my
darnedest to stay away from it. There are those who want it to come and beg and even pray for it to come. I don’t get that at all. I guess when I was in school, it was one thing but in the real world of adults and those who own their businesses or are in charge of one know that we are in for a shut down because nothing can operate in this.
Up North it’s just another day and people go out and to work and life is normal just cold and wet. Down here it’s all shut down. Again, I get it but i don’t have to like it. And I don’t. Not at all. Or, if you’re going to come, bring a ton of it. Go big or go home, I say. So go away, you!
See!? I was able to go a whole blog post without mentioning snow. Oh… oops.
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“Getting an inch of snow is like winning 10 cents in the lottery.” – Bill Watterson