Take today, for instance. When I got the "snow day" email, I expected there to be snowflakes piling over the entire city, burying everything and everyone in white fluff.
Instead, I looked out the window and saw this**.
|Pictured: a path so lightly dusted with snow that you can't even see it in this doodle. |
Also, those flurries are symbolic. There weren't even flurries.
At any rate, this snow day happens to be pretty good timing for me, because I have lots of (fun) (not really) work to do and I kind of needed a day during which no extra work is added to the pile.
(If this seems like kind of a filler post, that's because it is. Sorry not sorry.)
*Or maybe it's just because I'm used to my hometown. Because during that blizzard in January, my brother informed me that literally every town in the county cancelled school. Except ours.
**Although it actually is snowing now. So I suppose that counts for something.