I don't care if this weather is just a tease. GIVE ME ALL THE SUNSHINE!
Over the snow, over the cold, over the mask, over the virtual school, over nothing being normal, over it.
(P.S. Call APS for all your home reno needs! )
How do we live in an area with snow and weather emergencies and not have snow days built in? And why, when we have full virtual capabilities, do we need a snowday already called for tomorrow?
Hopefully everyone who complained about the 3 hours of school today remembers that when they have a day off taken away in the spring.
Listen up young entrepreneurs and inventors: I've given these million-dollar ideas away before; I need someone to get on it!
A screen that let's the cool air in, but keeps the nature sounds out (I'm not a Disney princess, I don't want to be woken up at 5am by birds).
Windows with built-in thermostats that close when it reaches a certain temperature. No more falling asleep to the awesome Fall-like air and waking up in the tundra! And while we're making shit up, let's add a rain sensor in to the design.
Fine with me!
'So long, snow days' also means 'so long, days tacked on to the end of the year, which is a waste because they don't do anything anyway.'
(Relax, there's still plenty of time to be a kid, play in the snow, and drink hot chocolate.)
Just want to check: Is it finally safe to wash the winter coats and baseball blanket?
Kidding, not kidding.
🌈When there's a rainbow, I can guarantee no less than 5 photos shared from baseball/soccer fields in the surrounding area.
🌪Tonight there was supposedly a funnel cloud at the closest major intersection and only ONE DUDE* captured it?
*Tyler K sounds like a Bachelorette contestant ;)
(Also, I'm glad everyone is safe, and I hope all power is restored quickly!!)
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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