There is no way that this winter is ever going to end as long as this groundhog keeps seeing his shadow. I don’t see any other way out. He has to be stopped. I have to stop him.
The day before yesterday was the official first day of spring. Yesterday my town got hit by a snowstorm. Had somewhere around six inches at its peak, and as far as I know, it continued last night. And due to the snow taking out a power line in the area, I was left without electricity between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m., leaving me unable to write the review of the movie I’d watched, or do anything else on the computer, for that matter. Power is back on, so hopefully I’ll be able to do all of that, but if I disappear again, you now know where I am: outside, hauling tree limbs out of the driveway and hoping the utility board fixes the power more quickly the next time around.
I can relate. I was out of power for 10 days during an offseason snowstorm in Oct.
Do you even normally GET snow in your neck of the woods Morgan?
Yeah, I remember that. In fact, that was part of why I made this post, just in case my power doesn’t stay on. Don’t want to get spotlighted on the LAMB and then disappear without an explanation. 😀
We get snow maybe once or twice a year, with a bit more at my elevation (since I’m not on the valley floor). But it’s normally just a minor nuisance; power outages and fallen trees are things I associate more with wind storms than snow storms.
That’s a lot of snow. Our weather here is not very spring-like either, but it’s the exact opposite of yours: 80+ degrees and sunny. Shattering all sorts of warmth records here in the Midwest. Pretty crazy stuff, but I’ll take it.
I would happily take “early summer” over this. Enjoy it!