|Cold yes... Snow event.. NO!|
I am thinking heaven forbid we had a snow event like they used to have in the 90's. When did we become so wimpy? This isn't really a snow event, in fact, even in the heaviest hit areas it's only about four inches. I am pretty sure that we can handle it. You bundle up a bit more, you drive a bit slower and you don't look for a short cut out of life.
I would hate to be called a non-essential person, if I am important enough employ shouldn't I be important enough if there are two inches of snow? I would worry about my future if that was the case.
I love snow, the more snow the better, I am from Pennsylvania after all. I just don't understand the need to shut down the world when it falls. Sure ten inches or better, I get it, especially in this area that doesn't get that kind of snow, but two inches?
In a few minutes I will get ready for work. I will put on wool socks to keep my toes nice and toasty, I will put on my hat and gloves and shovel the little bit of snow and sleet mixture off my front deck - don't want to slide off like I did yesterday. I will concede to wearing a pair of really dark jeans, so that my legs don't get cold if I have to help with the walks once I get there.
It won't slow me down.
It's quieter now than it was on Thanksgiving evening. It bothers me that a family holiday get's less people to stay home than a snow day. Unbelievable.
We might get a bit more... but not enough to stop the world...