Letters to Tuvia Y3/#sol18 3/12: Can you believe this, still planning for snow?

Morning T and Slicers,

I’m sitting here on the couch, planning my day with two road trips, listening closely to weather predictions- when will the next storm begin?

I have a movie class just across the bridge scheduled for 10:30. I’ll be returning to Bergman for a few hours and then back home for a break and then back in the car and off to New Paltz for an HVWP leadership meeting at SUNY New Paltz and I want to be there in person because sadly, I will have to miss the next two. So far it looks like I’m safe. Nor-easter #3 should begin hours after the meeting ends and I’m home with my car safely tucked in its garage space.

But what about tomorrow?  I am scheduled for a school  visit at Cornwall HS, to spend time with some great teachers in the their classrooms and in conversations and probably   as today continues their school and most schools in the area will start announcing school closures and we will be back at the drawing board trying to find a make up day.  Hang on  Ashely just sent me an email to confirm my concerns about tomorrow.

Yes, we are still in deep winter even though it looks great out there at the moment.  And I was thinking last week that I was cracking up, hitting the wall, ready for intense therapy.  But no, it was a second Nor-easter that pulled me down.

Seriously, it’s sometimes so hard to make sense of emotions but hey, we are writers!!!!  Slice of Life March Marathon to the rescue…keeping us sane in light of 3, more??? March storms.

See you in the am… SNOW DAY UGH!!!!!!

Bonnie S.


4 thoughts

  1. I’m so sorry! We have another sunny day with temps in the upper 60s. That’s unusual for us, so we’re celebrating. The good thing about snow days is time to read, right?

  2. Love your reality vs. fantasy photos at the top! Watching the news this morning and saw the 3rd storm headed your way and thought Oh, no! When will it end? Stay safe and ride this storm out with lots of logs to burn and books to read.

  3. Why is it that we always seem to have a nice sunny day right before a storm hits? Someone is toying with us. According to forecasters here we should not be too affected by this storm. When I hear this that is when I usually start to worry. Enjoy today.

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