Stella, day two.

I sit here in the midst of snow day number two, staring at the clock wondering how it is only 3:21pm. I feel as though it is way past dinnertime, and I am ready for this whole ‘stuck in the house with barely any food and nothing to do’ thing to be over with. My poor little car is so buried deep in the snow, that I am second guessing ever choosing a Honda Civic over some type of Jeep. *facepalm* Plus, I look out the front window and wonder where the front porch went and if I ever really had one in the first place??

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One thing good that I can say came from this winter storm is that basically all people of social media have retracted from their strong political beliefs, and have stayed focused on nothing but the endless piles of snow outside. *whew*

On an even brighter note, I [being extremely, extremely behind] finally started the Gilmore Girls revival series. I was waiting for my mom to finish up the original series on Netflix so we could watch the revival together and, so far, we have gotten through two out of the four episodes. Stay tuned for my overall reaction of the revival series once I’ve completed it, because I already have a feeling I will have a lot to say.

Other than that, I have nothing creative in my mind to write about today, as I have been doing nothing but work on my 80 page [not even exaggerating] research paper/project. So, I feel somewhat creatively and mentally drained. Until tomorrow. xoxo.

 

 

Walkin’ in a winter wonderland?!

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So, unless you have been living under a rock, you probably have heard about this gnarly snow storm about to hit the Northeastern U.S. Well, of course, this is where I live. And, of course, of course, I am not happy about it.

Living in Western New York, I should be happy that this is the first major warning we’ve gotten this year. It took until now for this 12′-18′ winter storm warning crap to hit us when, usually, we’re about a handful of winter storms into the season by mid-March. But, I am spoiled. So, again, I am not happy.

I ran to Wegmans today to grab a couple things and people were stocking up on groceries like the zombie apocalypse was ahead of us. It always makes me laugh because people always prepare for terrible weather around here and it ends up being completely blown out of proportion and we get 0.00008 inches of snow or rain or etc.

Tomorrow I have an 11 hour work day ahead of me, so I will be inside for the majority of this alleged storm. But, I would much rather be in my bed wrapped in a blanket, watching Netflix. [HOWEVER, perks of my new job: I could have a snow day!].

Hopefully all these weathermen and women are wrong and it will be 65 and sunny tomorrow. Cross your fingers. xoxo.