I woke up this morning, took my earplugs out and was surprised to not hear the usual roar of the city. Silence!
I’m not complaining about it. I was lucky enough to have had this day scheduled for vacation so I have nothing to worry about. I did check my email to find that the place I work is NOT closed. Can you believe it? Every single school is closed but my place of business is open. So glad I am on a vacation day. That worked out well. I was kind of hoping that we were closed so I could count this day as a weather day and get my vacation day back.
It might not be too late. The temperature will not be above freezing until tomorrow afternoon and there is more ice in the forecast. I’m hoping that they will come to their senses and send everyone home before it gets so bad people cannot go home.
LOL. Yes. You people from the north are laughing at us and I laugh too. The problem here is that Mexicans come from Mexico where it never freezes and therefore have no experience with driving on ice. To tell the truth, Natural born San Antonians haven’t seen snow or ice since 1985 so we’re pretty much the same. Total idiots when the roads get slick. We even have a hard time driving when it rains in the summer. A little sprinkle and the roads are clogged with accidents for hours.
It’s not much but I’m going to enjoy the ice blast. I have plenty of dry firewood and a book to read. I hope the power goes out. My generator is so bored.