I just got home from work. The start of a five day weekend!! Our school district has been giving us this break from school for as long as I can remember – even when I went there as a student myself! Some years it varied from an entire week off, to a few days like this year. It is always a nice break in the winter, but now that we have had so many snow days, we haven’t really had a consistent week of school so I am not even feeling like we need it as much.
Now, with another “record breaking” storm on the way, it seems like Thursday and Friday may have wound up as snow days anyway so I guess we are better off. We have already begun digging into our Spring Break days! Enough is enough!! I am tired of snow!
We had planned to go to The Poconos for a few days. Drew wanted to try out his snowboard on the little mountain in Saw Creek and we thought it would be nice to just spend a few days away. Then my dad reminded me that NO ONE has been there all winter and none of the snow, (and they’ve had more than us) has been shoveled and we’d probably not even be able to get in! So, those plans were nixed. Instead, we decided on small day trips and activities. Dave might take Drew to a closer mountain to try out his snow board. He will also take the boys to a hockey game to watch The New Jersey Devils and The New York Islanders minor league teams play.
We had a few get togethers with friends that we had not planned on going to because of being in The Poconos, but now we can stop by. I guess, even though our little get away did not pan out the way we had hoped, getting to be with family and friends is still a great way to enjoy the time off!
Now if only we were not going to be snowed in and shoveling the predicted foot of snow tomorrow we could actually relax! On the bright side, it is another day of cooking and comfort food….yum!
I realized that I have written about snow more than any other topic lately! The first one was joyous and fun. Each one after became more and more disheartening. I don’t know about everyone else, but I am ready for Spring!