Of snow shovels and squeegees

31 Jan

When we lived in Chicago (actually Wheaton, IL) in the late 80’s, people used to tell us, “If you don’t like the weather, wait five minutes. It’ll change!” The same can be said of our New England winter this year.

On Monday, it snowed. I shoveled the driveway and salted it to make it safe for those arriving for Bible study that evening. Tuesday morning, I scraped ice off my windshield from the freezing rain that fell overnight. This morning, it is 55 degrees. We have a pond in our backyard from last night’s thunderstorm. And if that weren’t enough, the forecast is for snow again on Sunday. Weather whiplash at its finest.

At least there are no tornados or hurricanes on the near horizon.  🙄

1 Comment

Posted by on January 31, 2013 in Chicopee, News stories, Weather, Winter


One response to “Of snow shovels and squeegees

  1. Jack

    January 31, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    You missed the tornado that wreck Springfield and other cities. We also had two trimmers in the last year. Fun place to be, New England.


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