Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Ok, thats it

I'm sick of winter. Thats it. Its time for it to end.

Usually everyone is irriated at me because I say I like snow, and want snow. And I do. Just not anymore. I've had enough of the snow and the cold to last me until next winter. At least one person in my house has been sick since the first week of December. I'm not saying a change in weather will guarantee a turnaround in health, but it couldn't hurt either. It would be nice to open up the windows, and enjoy some fresh air. But instead, its cold, cold, cold.

Well, I'm sick of it.


Mary Martha said...

Another friend here in Chicago recently described this year with a quote from Narnia... "Always winter and never Christmas"

catholicandgop said...

That sounds about right.

Derek Elwell said...

It's actually been in the 50's in Denver nowadays, but it's always accompanied by chinook winds that make the wind chill that much lower.

Cathy said...

Can I get an AMEN?

PS Derek, I used to live in Cheyenne, and I found that the worst part of living there wasn't winter (which often had days in the 40s and 50s. It was April and May and even June, when we got some gnarly snowstorms and cold.)

One time, it was snowing so hard and blowing so hard it looked like the snow scene in "Empire Strikes Back" or, alternately "Battle of the Bulge."
I tell people here in Chicago they don't even KNOW what a bad winter is.

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