YES - it'll cause disruption (God knows, it's only been forecast for the last week)
YES - it's bloody freezing and I've got two duvets on my bed (in the absence of my b/f to keep me warm ;))
YES - I still have to go to work (all hail public transport)
but it's snowing!!! :)
Well I sure wish it would snow down here in central texas. We very rarily get snow and I think it is so beautiful when I watch it falling. Kind of romantic and stuff. Yes like relationships. Sometimes its so messmoriving and then you have to get into it and it gets messy.lol ; )
I'm in Ohio...and I can't remember a day that we haven't had some snow in the past couple of weeks...Yesterday was yucky--the temps rose a bit, and it turned to freezing rain. All schools closed, etc...to make matters worse, we had a power failure that lasted most of the day, so we spent the time sitting by the fire, trying to stay warm. I know its a treat to see snow when you don't have to live with it on a daily basis...but our first snow was in October this season, so I am really ready for it to be gone!
At the top of a hill, Wreckage? There's nothing between me and Derbyshire cos I'm above everyone else.
We left work a bit early (5.10pm) and it took two of us an hour to get home by car, where it took the other girl an hour just to get into the city centre by bus.
And as for feeding the birds Bob, you big softie, they won't come near my feeders - dunno why.
It was hell in the West Midlands. I was out at the beginning of the snow/ice on Wednesday afternoon and it took me about half an hour to travel two miles. Later on it was taking people six hours to travel about ten miles. Most people just abandoned their vehicles, it was really bad!