It's 65 degrees today. I'm probably alone.
How are you people that get seasons doing?
Pretty great. It's going to be really clear tomorrow and I traded shifts so I can get some morning skiing in.
I'm ok. I can tolerte winter for another couple weeks. By march I'm absolutely batshit crazy and usually it doesn't become spring-like until late april, unless we get lucky. I also just lost my job so, bring on the bleak. Th-thanks for asking OP.
Forecast says it's ~40 right now which means it's actually about 30-35.
>tfw you live in Pueblo and don't get snow
I miss it.
Man it's so nice to live in MA and not get fukt by a snow storm for once. I had to shovel for like 15mins and it was just to tidy up. We got like 2".
It was beautiful today, and the largemouth are liking this cooler water as well.
I shovelled snow Friday every few hours. Did it again Saturday but gave up early because it was coming down heavier and the winds had picked up. Shovelled more again yesterday, but also built a snowman. I'm starting to think I'm the only one who has. Ran the roads a bit for work today and didn't see a single other one so far. Don't know what's wrong with kids these days. Addicted to their vidya and allergic to the outdoors I suppose.
Maryland. Went through portions of Charles, St. Mary's and Calvert Counties today and didn't see a single snowman in front of any of the houses visible from the main roads. I'm sure if I wasn't on the clock I could've took a joyride and found a couple buried back the neighborhoods around here but it just isn't like it used to be.
snowmen are a social construct and they represent the same image of white patriarchal figurehead that has been used to oppress women, people of color, and members of LGBT community for decades, if not centuries.