The weather doesn’t look that bad, but it was enough to keep me at home, I guess. I was supposed to go to Montreal this morning, but when I woke up and checked my flight, it had been canceled. I was bumped to the afternoon flight instead. I wasn’t going to look a gift horse in the mouth. It meant that I didn’t have to get out of bed at 5am, and that was just fine with me. This afternoon, I got a call from Air Canada to tell me that my afternoon flight had been canceled too. Now I’m supposed to leave tomorrow morning at 11. Anyone want to bet on this one getting canceled too?
I’m not all that broken up about not going. It gives me a chance to get some rest, and to finish up some photo stuff that I haven’t had time to do recently.
Relaxing and catching up without having to feel guilty for it – priceless 🙂
the snow is pretty. I’m staying downtown untill the rush hour is over though. hehe
we had snow recently, about 1 inch, which is a lot for us in the UK. Unfortunatley, it didn’t stop me from getting up at 6am on a saturday to go to work.
i am envious of places that get a lot of snow, i love the snow. i might have to move to somewhere that gets regular snow, just to get my fix.
i turn into a proper child when snow is about. i love stepping in up-spoilt snow, and i will throw snowballs at anyone i am with.
taking the dogs a walk through a snow covered field is fun too.
i want more snow, its not fair *sulking*
nice to see you got some time to chill (no pun intended) and relax, like hesi said, priceless
hehe all of my british friends say the same thing about snow! but i’m sure you would enjoy it for the first day or two, and then you’d develop murderous urges the next time someone threw a snowball at you… 😛