Monday, April 06, 2009

I may have SAID it, but I didn't MEAN it...

I've been wearing my beloved flip-flops for the past few days - my most comfortable shoes with jeans. (we have a casual dress code at work). But even I draw the line at this: We had snow twice in October (that I documented), and now April.
I know last week, when someone commented on how nice a day it was I said something like: "Yeah, well, you know we're due for at least one more snowstorm!"
Okay, so this is my fault - I'm really sorry...

8 comments:

Lucky Canuck said...

I was reminded (can't remember, too young) that when we were living in Newmarket in the 70s, there was a terrible snow storm on my dad's birthday, April 5th. My mom said everyone was stranded at work and had to spend the night - but someone still managed to get out and find some beer and pizza to bring back.

TracyKM said...

It happens about every 3 years--a 'big' snowfall after April 1. You'd think that's often enough to keep the plows on the trucks until mid-April, but no....
It's 11:15 and we have nearly 7" of heavy, wet snow. It was enough to cancell buses, but it's 'safe enough' to keep non-bus schools open and have all the parents drive.

Brenda said...

We've now had about 12 inches on our patio table. Yikes.

Karen said...

Nope, not your fault. It was my neighbour's fault. He spent last Saturday taking the snow tires off his car.

KnitTech said...

It's Grilltech's fault. He spent the weekend at a BBQ cookoff.

Carol said...

could be worse. one year we had 4 big blizzards in the first 2 weeks of April. It was very depressing

deirdre said...

Well, I'll take some responsibility - I put my snow shovels and boots away on the weekend, so it could well be my fault... of course, flip flops are just tempting fate...

we're about 2" here... blech

AlisonH said...

I had two kids born in April, one the 3d, one the *15th*, and both were born during snowstorms.

The last kid was born in California. Balmy spring sunshine. He didn't know how lucky he had it.