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Old 09-20-2015, 11:10 AM   #31
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You should live in Florida, California, Nevada or Arizona!

As I said that is one of the things I miss about being out here, is the pretty fall season. But I don't miss the winter at AT ALL!!!! A snowfall is beautiful, but when it lingers and you get trapped inside in blizzards, and driving is dangerous! And I just couldn't deal with freezing cold weather anymore, after being away from it for 30 years!

Only thing I don't like about fall, no matter where I am, is it brings memories of summer ending and going back to school as a kid! But I like that it cools off from the very hot summer!

How can you not like blizzards? You get stay in the house, read a good book, watch classic tv shows, eat comfort food, it's great! The only thing I don't like about blizzards are when the power goes out and your freezing cold. Other than that, I love blizzards
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How can you not like blizzards? You get stay in the house, read a good book, watch classic tv shows, eat comfort food, it's great! The only thing I don't like about blizzards are when the power goes out and your freezing cold. Other than that, I love blizzards


This is for all of you living in the warm climates! Michael, I think you can relate to this?
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[quote=Penny Lane]This is for all of you living in the warm climates! Michael, I think you can relate

HaHaHa! I can totally relate to this
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How can you not like blizzards? You get stay in the house, read a good book, watch classic tv shows, eat comfort food, it's great! The only thing I don't like about blizzards are when the power goes out and your freezing cold. Other than that, I love blizzards

When I was a little girl in Philly, I liked if it snowed so much they closed the schools!!!!! SNOW DAY!!! NO SCHOOL!!!!! YAY!!!! Or if it snowed on Christmas or through the Christmas holiday! Sledding and playing in the snow was fun!

But if it wasn't the holiday and they assessed that the snow wasn't that bad, and school was on, HECK NO!! I hated it than! Trudging around in snow boots, hat, mittens !!!! UGG!!!What a hassle! And as an adult, nah I wouldn't want to be cooped up in the house in a snowstorm!


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When I was a little girl in Philly, I liked if it snowed so much they closed the schools!!!!! SNOW DAY!!! NO SCHOOL!!!!! YAY!!!! Or if it snowed on Christmas or through the Christmas holiday! Sledding and playing in the snow was fun!

But if it wasn't the holiday and they assessed that the snow wasn't that bad, and school was on, HECK NO!! I hated it than! Trudging aroun d in snow boots, hat, mittens !!!! UGG!!!What a hassle! And as an adult, nah I wouldn't want to be cooped up in the house in a snowstorm!
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When I was a little girl in Philly, I liked if it snowed so much they closed the schools!!!!! SNOW DAY!!! NO SCHOOL!!!!! YAY!!!! Or if it snowed on Christmas or through the Christmas holiday! Sledding and playing in the snow was fun!

But if it wasn't the holiday and they assessed that the snow wasn't that bad, and school was on, HECK NO!! I hated it than! Trudging around in snow boots, hat, mittens !!!! UGG!!!What a hassle! And as an adult, nah I wouldn't want to be cooped up in the house in a snowstorm!




I remember a snow day we had when I was in high school in 1967. We had a huge blizzard which shut down everything! The bad thing was that it happened on a Thursday evening and we got cheated out of at least three snow days We got Friday off but by Monday morning the buses were moving again. I remember that we had so much snow that winter that in July there were still some traces of snow in the woods which the sun didn't melt. That was weird! We very rarely get blizzards in Michigan but we do get several inches of snow . It doesn't bother me at all as long as I don't have to go out in it!
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I remember a snow day we had when I was in high school in 1967. We had a huge blizzard which shut down everything! The bad thing was that it happened on a Thursday evening and we got cheated out of at least three snow days We got Friday off but by Monday morning the buses were moving again. I remember that we had so much snow that winter that in July there were still some traces of snow in the woods which the sun didn't melt. That was weird! We very rarely get blizzards in Michigan but we do get several inches of snow . It doesn't bother me at all as long as I don't have to go out in it!


OH SHOOT!!!! A shame the blizzard didn't start on a Monday!

I remember if it was a Sunday evening or a weekday evening and the snow was really coming down! We (my siblings and I) would be all excited! We just KNEW the schools would be closed! We'd be all hyper and jumping around and stuff! But we never would know till the next morning when they would announce if the schools were opened on the radio! My Mom would be like "You kids need to calm down and get ready for bed, cause you don't know, the school could be open and you will be tired tomorrow if you don't get to bed soon"!!!
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The good thing about snow is you get extra days off from work LOL

So that's another reason to love winter time
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The good thing about snow is you get extra days off from work LOL

So that's another reason to love winter time


That's like the day of the horrific earthquake out here in 1994, that hit at around 4AM we all had off from work that day !
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When I was a little girl in Philly, I liked if it snowed so much they closed the schools!!!!! SNOW DAY!!! NO SCHOOL!!!!! YAY!!!! Or if it snowed on Christmas or through the Christmas holiday! Sledding and playing in the snow was fun!

But if it wasn't the holiday and they assessed that the snow wasn't that bad, and school was on, HECK NO!! I hated it than! Trudging around in snow boots, hat, mittens !!!! UGG!!!What a hassle! And as an adult, nah I wouldn't want to be cooped up in the house in a snowstorm!




I wish I can be couped up in the house during a blizzard with a woman lol
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Best time of the year

No humidity
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I Love IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Holla if you hear me??

I agree. However, there's still dampness in the air during September and October. Not like before the second half of this month, but it's still there sometimes.
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I agree. However, there's still dampness in the air during September and October. Not like before the second half of this month, but it's still there sometimes.


I love the days when I can wear my jacket.
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Yeah and I like to be cooking cold weather comfort food on Sunday
I can't wait to be able to make a nice pot roast again!
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