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May I Just Say?

I hate snow!

It's allowed to snow one day per year, and then, only on the grass, please. Not on the roads.

Thank you. Now Heather can feel validated.

Jen, of course, is jumping up and down in glee. Or owuld be if she were awake. She loves it. She does the nyah-nyah dance when it snows. She believes that wearing her "Let It Snow" pin actually controls the weather.

I think she may be right, but that's neither here nor there.

She doesn't have to drive in it. Because she *won't* drive in it.

I hate snow.

Re: May I Just Say?


2002-01-06 06:52 am (UTC) (Link)

How can you hate snow!?

Maybe it's because I'm Scottish - after all we get our fair share of the stuff, but snow is one of the greatest things ever.

There is nothing more peaceful than sitting snuggled up in the house watching all the pretty snowflakes falling and settling on the ground.

And then there are all the great memories of when I was little, making snowmen in the backyard with my sister.

Of course, this is all from the perspective of someone who doesn't drive (I don't drive as a public service - I am so bad I would end up killing someone).


2002-01-06 07:02 am (UTC) (Link)

*g* I love snow when I can stay home and drink hot chocolate and pay the kid acros the way to shovel my driveway. But yeah, if I have to drive in it... bleagh.


2002-01-06 07:42 am (UTC) (Link)

The problem with snow? It's too damn cold.


Forgive me this Babble...


2002-01-06 11:50 am (UTC) (Link)

Ahh, the delights of living in sunny San Diego, where it never snows, hails once or twice every couple years, and rains only at night (leaving the air fresh and clean by sunup). Convenient, that. Pity that noone here knows how to drive in the rain (seems like). I stay off the streets 'cuz I'm always either medicated or migraining.
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'Course, living near the coast also guarantees more than our fair share of overcast days (grey, damp, and cold) and santa ana winds (bright, dry, and hot), but generally, it's pleasant.

And if we want another climate, it's only a ten-minute drive to the beach, 30 minutes to Mexico (1 hour to Puerto Nuevo- lobster central), two and a half hours to ski slopes (or 30 minutes to light snow and mountain forests, in season), and 30 minutes to unmodified high desert.