Not Dealing with the Snow too well and Oh! My Language!
It snowed last night. I drove my car a few blocks earlier today and it was “iffy” getting out of the parking lot, so walked later to visit one friend a few blocks away for fear of getting stuck and walked to another friend’s for supper. When I got home this evening it was still snowing and I attempted to shovel “my spot” in the parking lot that usually has space for about 10 cars.The landlord dosen’t clear the parking lot and each tenant is responsible for their parking spot.The snow has been blowing and tends to drift behind my car, over a foot deep. Soft, dry, not heavy like in the east but too much for me..So is this “my spot”. But that spot expands to at least another car length or more of space where you can get stuck even with snow tires as you try to get out. I was ranting, angry at the landlord and tired of winter before it even started.The f-bombs were dropping along with a lot of foul language against the cheap so and so when I noticed the neighbour’s window beside where I was working /swearing slowly slide shut.Whoops.So I am an ass.A foul-mouthed and bad-tempered one at that.
I did go out and take some photos which I did enjoy, because it is, well, so pretty.
I still have to get up early and shovel before I go to work where we will be having a “Black Friday” event, some tradition that we borrowed from the Americans.(Happy Thanksgiving) It is going to be busy and exhausting. Better get a good sleep and perhaps apologise to my neighbour tomorrow.
As it gets hotter here!
November 28, 2014 at 3:53 am
That has its problems too. Shall I say “Stay cool”?
November 30, 2014 at 12:44 pm
We are very fortunate to have underground parking! It is still snowing heavy outside so I am not looking forward to driving today! Snow = traffic chaos!
November 28, 2014 at 9:49 am
Hundreds of accidents here even a few hit-and -runs.
November 28, 2014 at 7:09 pm
Driving is horrendous-the police dealt with 187 or so accidents, over 27 hit-and-runs in one day…asking us to stay home.
November 30, 2014 at 12:45 pm