Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by random3434, Nov 20, 2008.
We are going to get some here tonight!
Where are you? In Chicago area we had a dusting the other day. Tonight when I was coming home, way too late, stupid stuff was blowing around on the ground. That's when I gave my little prayer, "Thank you for not letting me be born in Porter Country, Indiana, or any real big lake effected areas."
I gave up sledding when the kids got old enough to go on their own.
I woke up with a beautiful dusting of snow on the ground, trees, and rooftops this morning. So fun!
Wife and kids at home in Michigan had snowfall earlier this week (enough to make driving chore). Here in Maine - nothin'. Not a single flake. Too cold for snow. 18 degrees when I left the house this morning - brrrr,
I am in Indianapolis.
I love snow, even better, as a teacher, SNOW DAYS!
I still like to sled, though with all the development it's becoming harder and harder to find good hills to sled down here.
You must be far from the lake, I know South Bend gets a lot of the lake effect snow, as does the "Region" in Northen Indiana.
I just think it's so beautiful when it snows, but yeah, I HATE driving in it!
People drive like IDIOTS when there is any snow it seems...........
I love snow days, when I get the call BEFORE I leave my house. Too often I either get up the gumption to call my principal before leaving, (meaning just before 5 am or I just gamble. I get all excited when we hear at 2 pm we're under 'snow warning.' Then we might get the call late evening.
I also love snow during winter break, after shopping is all done, (I do have a lot of caveats.) Fireplace and coffee and Bailey's. Ah yes. Driving, no thanks.
Bailey's is simply the most Christmasey drink in the world. On the rocks or in coffee, it's all good.
Yes it is! Last year they had Bailey's Mint and Bailey's Caramel. I have some of both left. Saturday is looking fattening! LOL!
Haven't seen the Caramel one. Yummeee!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.....
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