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Yeah, I was up at 4:30 AM; thanks, Corky. I've become an early riser of necessity, and I'm not really happy about it.

But…snow day!









I'm always grateful for a day off, but I'd say this is SNOW but not "OMGFUCKINGSNOW!!!" The weather people tend to always overblow it.

Still coming down, so you never know; it's only a few inches, people. Get a grip.
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Sorry to burst anyone's bubble, but snow is not fun. (Everything you know is wrong. Dogs are not our friends. Benjamin Franklin was the only president of the United States who was never actually president of the United States.)

We had more snow today, and I'm getting very tired of it. It gets crappy and dirty fast, and it's thawed and re-frozen so many times this year, it makes walking very treacherous. I haven't broken any bones yet this winter, but unfortunately winter isn't over.








I'm looking forward to Sunday, when we'll get a full hour extra of daylight! It's something, anyway.
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I swear, nothing can make people go to the grocery store to buy bread and milk like a little snow!

It's insane; the weather is bitter, and they're shutting down the public transportation system at 11 PM tonight.

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(Captions and comments to follow; I have a bus to catch!)
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We got dumped on today; fortunately it was snow—not rain—but still walking in snow all day is like walking on a sandy beach—great for your calf muscles, but you end up sore.




This is the virgin snowfall on my roof; big dogs generally like snow, but my little Aussie terrier is no fan of it.




I'm just glad I didn't have to shovel!


(I know if I had a bigger flist, someone would complain and ask me to cut it…what the hell.)
franklanguage: (WalkenInAWinterWonderland)


We got dumped on today; fortunately it was snow—not rain—but still walking in snow all day is like walking on a sandy beach—great for your calf muscles, but you end up sore.




This is the virgin snowfall on my roof; big dogs generally like snow, but my little Aussie terrier is no fan of it.




I'm just glad I didn't have to shovel!


(I know if I had a bigger flist, someone would complain and ask me to cut it…what the hell.)
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