Wednesday, December 17, 2008

50-Year Arctic Storm Hits Southern California!


We have what??? What? Wait for it................. NO SNOW.
We also have no roads out of town that aren't closed. That's right. The roads are so snowy and icy that they have closed all highways leaving this God forsaken place. (Which means that we couldn't even go two miles out of town TO the snow if we wanted to. I suppose we could walk, but we might freeze to death in the process.)
But us?
Nothing. Just 30-something temperatures all day, along with overcast skies, drizzle, and sleet. And a few flakes just to tease us. Not to mention, weather reports saying we'd have 1 to 4 inches of snow on the ground today. But did we? No. No, we did not.
I'm going back to pouting now. And eating a little more of my 1 lb. box of See's Candy. Because nothing combats a depressed mood like an overnight ten-pound weight gain.


goooooood girl said...

i like your blog......

Life with Kaishon said...

I can't believe it! I actually prayed for you to get snow at supper time. I am going to cross my fingers! It might still come! I just know it!

Suz Broughton said...

Sounds like solid plan.
That picture is amazing!

big hair envy said...

You know, if the weather is going to be crappy, it could AT LEAST throw a little snow your way!!

Typically, we only get the "wintry mix" as well.

Enjoy your candy. I usually turn to cheese and crackers when I need an overnight 10 pound weight gain...

Busy Bee Suz said...

Love the chocolate idea and pouting. Nothing like a grown woman pouting about the weather. :)
take care,
***wishing for snow for Baby Favorite****

Kira said...

You don't happen to live in hemet do you ;)? This sounds exactly like my experience, right down the the weather man promises of snow. BAH HUMBUG. We did have LOADS of rain, enough to turn the town into a lake!

How is it possible that the snow skipped us?!

Life with Kaishon said...

Did you get it? Last night on the 10:00 o clock news the newscaster said "we are getting the same Nor'easter that they got in California blah blah blah and I told Gary I hoped desperately that you got snow.