It's twice as bright now. The sky is sterling silver, a rush of damp white blobs streaming down. The trees sport an inch of white light diffuser along every sillouette trace.
The world seems softer, quieter, nestled in something.
Serene, and slow, since no one here can deal with the snow. I am scared of slipping so i'm prob a comic sight if I go anywhere.
It's geat for forts and snowmen, but the mere weight of the snow on itself turns it into slush at the very bottom.
One day, I'll live in a place with snow. Maybe somewhere with cheap skiing.
My only gripe is that a net article laughed at us getting snow, calling us "lotus land". It doesn't *feel* like lotus land. Since so many people want to live here, the mass wages are lower, prices for clothing, especially *food*, and rent are higher. (Have to go to the burbs to find a binder under $5 now :P )
When I went on holidays for X-mas, I saw help wanted signs everywhere for entry level positions.
Ah, I won't get milked so much when I grad, I'll be able to find work in another city. And maybe to my disappointment, rent will be the same :P ^_-