I Hate Snow

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14 Comments

  1. We here, who persevere through New England winters, are more than content to keep the snow, if the other choice is to be in constant threat from tornadoes, hurricanes, mudslides and earthquakes.

  2. An April 30th, late 1970’s, Naval Base Norfolk, standing on the pier waiting in the cold, wind and snowfall for my husband’s ship to arrive.
    The quiet beauty once the snowfall has stopped, reminds me how lovely God’s creation is.
    Wishing all a spring like Easter Day!

  3. (I’m with Don.) In New England “most” of us love the snow; if it’s winter it might as well be white. Living here one needs to embrace winter, and it’s a lot prettier with more to do with the snow.
    But come the end of March -OK… OK…. that’s…. enough…
    Where’s the thermostat?

  4. I’m sick of the winter – and I love hockey.
    When the youngest son is done with school, we are spending the winters where it doesn’t snow – either Sarasota or Cartagena, Colombia.

  5. CAM,

    I love Wyoming. Used to live in Idaho. Miss the West though your son has awesome food and, more importantly, an awesome Church and Bishop in Lafayette.

  6. Phillip,
    Yes, the food is excellent and like no where else. Good the hear about the Church and Bishop. Thank you, Your remark prompted me to take a virtual tour of the cathedral and find the Ragin Cajun Catholic website. Maybe there is a way to get him and his roommate cousin to set foot in Our Lady of Wisdom Center.

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