Nancy on February 10, 2005 at 7:02 am My daughter did the “spoons under the pillow, PJs inside out, snow boots and gloves under the bed” thing – – alas it’s raining and 37 degrees.
My daughter did the “spoons under the pillow, PJs inside out, snow boots and gloves under the bed” thing – – alas
it’s raining and 37 degrees.
it’s parcipitation! they’re in the ballpark at least.
I just wish I had a job where I could be so wrong more often than not and still have people hanging on my every word…
Girl, that was yesterday MORNING’S forcast! They knew it wasn’t going to snow practically before it started not snowing. Sheesh! ;-)
Ah, yes, but then once said weathermen decided the storm had fizzled…voila! Snow…lots of heavy, wet, snow. At least here in the land of Oz anyway. (aka, southern Maine)
Take the rain, sister!
We got your snow here….trust me, you would rather have the rain!
Take the rain – imagine the mess snow may have created with your day. They could have cancled school, it can tack hours on to your commute, and then you have to shovel. The only good thing that could come of it would be maybe getting a free vacation day.
Meteoroligists must be trained by the government.