i have moved to a city that knows NOTHING about snow.
they are paralyzed by it.
they get all up in a tizzy just THINKING about it!
i woke up this morning… didn’t even notice the snow outside my window. why? because there wasn’t much! when i finally did notice a dusting on the ground, i walked out to turn on my car and let the little bit of snow on the windshield melt off while i changed into my gym clothes.
i didn’t even have to get out the windshield scraper. i don’t even know where my handy scraper is… because it’s NOT NECESSARY here!
i drove to the gym, walked into spin class, and was immediately asked if i was teaching. apparently all instructors are told not to come in any day that the county schools close for snow. my face contorted in shock as i screamed, “they canceled school today?!?!?!” oh yes. they did.
so spin class was canceled.
lucky for me, i brought my trusty swimsuit along… so i hit the pool. 1000 yards into my swim, a life guard pelted me with a foam thingy in the head. “pool is closing. you have to leave.” what? seems the next lifeguard on duty couldn’t brave the 3 snowflakes in his driveway to come to work.
i went home. i fixed a protein shake. i got a call from my boss… the church had canceled all activities scheduled for wednesday, including youth group tonight. never mind that the sun is shining brightly, melting even imaginary snow away.
the up-side to all this is that i get a night off. i haven’t had a free night in… 3 weeks? and though i’m dogsitting, and won’t actually be staying in my home, i’m looking forward to a very chill night of addressing valentines, watching tv, and cuddling with spike and stella (the dogs).