Is rolling in! I honestly have never seen this much snow in my entire life, and who knows if I ever will again.
We're to get 18 more inches by the time it's done. This is on top of the two feet we have already ;)
I was able to get out of the house and go to a conference that was being held in town today and yesterday, even though my office was officially closed. Tomorrow is Day 3 of the federal government being shut down (trust me, this does NOT happen) and so it's Day 3 of me being off work as well.
I decided to just embrace it, since I know I will never see this again. It'll melt, the seasons will change and I'll be wishing for the time when my only decision for the day was which movie to watch next. It's mandated downtime and I'm going to enjoy it if it kills me.
But oh, here's something funny--the news is running a little tidbit during every segment about how "feelings of depression and/or "cabin fever" are normal". It's urging us to do things we wouldn't "normally do" like say, our taxes! Or cleaning out the garage! Reading new books!
But feelings of sadness and isolation are to be expected, they say. So I guess I'm not the only one going a bit nuts, but I'm back to feeling much, much better and praying for the electricity to stay on as I watch more and more snow fall....
I gotta admit. It is beautiful.
Even the Obama's are snug.