I am supposed to flying out to Baltimore tomorrow, but the weather has us totally socked in right now. I am not sure if I will be able to get out of town to attend the NSCAA Soccer coaches convention or not, but I am keeping my fingers crossed.
We have been walloped again with another Nor’easter that’s packing 40mph winds and driving a foot or more of snow all over the place. The snow is literally coming down sideways as I write this, and as you can see from the view out into our back yard, it is really starting to pile up.
Snow days with a 6 year-old in the house are always exciting, and Jack certainly got his money’s worth out of this one with his buddy Jack over to play. Seeing a couple of first graders go at it all day like these two have gives me a renewed appreciation of what teachers do on a daily basis.
The snow is supposed to wind down after dark, and I forsee some time spent with my friend the snowblower later on this evening. Here’s hoping that the plane I am taking out to Philadelphia (and then Baltimore) tomorrow is able to get in to Bangor in the first place… we shall see.