This is what our neighborhood looks like this morning.
My husband left for work and then came home about 10 minutes later. There's a two hour snow delay. They told him he doesn't even need to bother coming in today.
The South is hilarious.
Imagine your mail box buried in white stuff, thats my neighborhood.
Posted by: tim at February 01, 2007 03:28 AM (nno0f)
I will gladly stay in the house.
Posted by: armywifetoddlermom at February 01, 2007 03:44 AM (30YLh)
We have a ton of snow in Ohio and the kids are at school
The north certainly deals with snow better! Congrats on the jobs!
Posted by: Stephanie at February 01, 2007 04:36 AM (+bp0U)
hey, we haven't had snow in two... maybe three years! this is a major event! welcome to NC.
Posted by: Sis B at February 01, 2007 07:01 AM (gPOch)
It looks like a good opportunity for you to wear some of those wonderful sweaters you knitted in Germany!!
Posted by: Ruth H at February 01, 2007 10:03 AM (lS0ga)
I am in stitches. THAT'S snow!?!
God Bless our Southern neighbors.
Posted by: MaryIndiana at February 01, 2007 11:46 AM (YwdKL)
She says after living through 5 winter storms in 5 weeks and 2 blizzards in one winter season in Colorado, "I love it! I just love it!"
Hope Charlie enjoyed a little taste of snow too.
Posted by: Angie at February 01, 2007 12:54 PM (oIZIB)
this will henceforth be known as "the great blizzrd of '07"
Posted by: Sis B at February 01, 2007 02:30 PM (gPOch)
Yep, we got hit by the same blizzard! Pretty much all the schools around here are closed (they announced the closings last night, in fact). We don't even have the dusting that you got, just a few flurries on and off thru the day...
My husband's from Pittsburgh, so he's even out without his coat just so he can rub it in for other people that he's not cold
Posted by: karishma at February 01, 2007 03:36 PM (yU8Jx)
We got a whopping 2 inches of snow and 2 inches of ice a couple of weeks ago......Post closed for 2 days and schools were closed the entire week.
The best part is the city only budgeted for 5 snow days.............we've surpassed their expectations for the year. LOL!
Posted by: Vonn at February 01, 2007 04:07 PM (/VoEr)
Funny, my neighborhood looked very much the same this morning. But the county my kids go to school in was the ONLY county in the area that didn't delay school or close altogether today.
Congrats on the new jobs. How lucky for you to have a job doing something you love so much, although I'm sure luck had very little to do with it. I'd love to learn how to knit. I also bought a book but haven't been able to really get the hang of it. Would you email me when you get a chance?
Posted by: Robin at February 01, 2007 04:15 PM (V5aG3)
When i was stationed at Ft Stewart (GA) they closed the post for about the same amount of snow one year, I was the only one at PT that am and was shocked when the MP's told me to leave because the "The post is closed, and the roads are not safe to travel on." but they still wanted me to drive off post to my house. But hey i took a tank trail most of the way to work/home anyways
Posted by: dagamore at February 03, 2007 08:08 AM (fA13W)
That's all it takes to cancel work/school? I am moving to the South!
Posted by: Shawn at February 05, 2007 04:08 AM (xZebA)
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