Cold, snowy, and windy in Mississauga - just finished shovelling the driveway - so it's good to know spring has begun.
We were told 3-5 inches in Providence. I woke up to a light, non-sticking snow, and now they're saying 1-2 inches. We've had ONE shovel-able snowfall this winter, and I was in Florida at the time. So I might actually get through an entire winter without touching the shovel once. Unheard of.
Today was only my 2nd shovel. And I should have not done the first one because I guessed wrong (I never look at weather forecasts) and it got warm and was gone in a day or two.Totally bizarre; other winters, I have a few times done two in the same day!
It's a fine day to be scooting south and away from New England....
We were "bracing" for one to three north of Boston but not even enough to make a pea-sized snowball. Hey, I have NO problem keeping the shovel in the shed and the snowblower at the ready. Neither does my back. :-)Truck Day... I can smell the green grass of Fenway already.
So ... if baseball is life, is Truck Day is the moment of conception, with spring training being the pregnancy?
Annnnd the forecast is down to "no significant accumulation." Some storm this was.
So ... if baseball is life, is Truck Day is the moment of conception, with spring training being the pregnancy?*insert tasteless joke about the Yankees and an early abortion*
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