And holy crap, is it ever snowing. It was half a foot when we went for lunch - when we came back at about one-thirty, it was one and a half. Now it's nearly two. And I can't see *anything*; the visibility is zero. It's an absolute blizzard out there - something like twenty kph winds and you can't even shelter your face, because the second you do, the wind changes direction and blows straight in your eyes. I'm seriously considering goggles at this point.
The cabs aren't running, so that means no groceries - because I'm not even considering walking through the semi-woods to the Sobeys in *this*. And... it's not even cold. It's just... miserable.
With any luck, my Gaelic prof is also snowed in somewhere. I think she lives on Cape Breton - maybe she didn't have early classes. *crosses fingers*
My power went out this morning for some reason, though - and if the power goes out again, I'm going to be thoroughly un-impressed. We're not allowed to burn candles anymore, 'cause some twit in the next building kept knocking over candles. (I mean, I'll probably do it anyway, but I could get *fined* for it. *growl*)
And I don't think I'd go to Gaelic anyway, 'cause if it gets any deeper, I'll be running the risk of getting lost in the snowdrifts.
Ooh! *squee* Do you know what Carolyn did for me, 'cause she's wonderful? She burned me all four OLP CD's while she was home. So now I have all of them. And a mix CD. *wide grin* Yay. :D
Going back to my window to stare out at the snow, which is now so thick it's practically a mist... o.O