"It's very rare but today is an official snow day in New York City."
Which translates to NOTHING moves! There are no buses running, schools are closed, many businesses are closed, and, of course, no streets have been plowed.
Ray normally wakes up before dawn on a workday, and this is what greeted him this morning:
(My brother John was already busy shoveling next door!)
As it got a little brighter it was very pretty to look at:
Then Ray got busy shoveling us out:
And a little helper has now joined him:
But there's nowhere to put all this snow!
Piling higher and higher in front of the house:
No plows have come through the street yet:
I wonder how long this snow will stay on the roof:
Well, here is the plus column:
Ray works from home today! Yipee!
The girls are off from work! Yipee!
Jayden is off from school! Yipee!
But I hope the plows get through soon because tomorrow things are supposed to go back to normal, and we all have to go about our usual routine. And we're supposed to be having a Birthday party for Jayden on Saturday at our house. I don't know where anyone is going to park their cars!
(I was just thinking about the big Christmas weekend snowstorm, that was during a party at our house too!)
And I hear this is not going to be the end of it, more storms expected. So I keep repeating to myself, "Only two more months before Spring, only two more months before Spring..."