Well if you haven't heard you must be living under a rock... and if you're living under a rock in New England you better start relocating now. We're getting a storm. It seems like it might be a serious one at that. I know we generally hype this stuff up and then nothing comes of it, but now I feel like because we assume we're hyping it up we actually going to get hit hard... it's reverse -reverse psychology.
|Look at how serious Al is.|
|That little red dot is me, just in case anyone wants to |
come hang out during the storm.
I'm excited. I know we may lose power and I'm sure there will be damage but I will not pretend I'm not excited. We're definitely in the quiet before the storm right now. It looks beautiful out. It's also extremely quiet at work, hence the blogging during the day.
I'm supposed to drive up to Concord, NH tomorrow to see an old friend in his national tour of A Chorus Line, however my expectations of actually making it there are dropping. From what I've heard, it's unlikely that they will cancel but the drive is about 50 minutes on a good day and I just don't think it will be possible with two feet of snow and severe wind gusts.
Well, I've just finished the lamest salad ever so I'm off the the cafe to buy cookies or something.
Any one else out there prepping for the storm?