Snow Snow go away

@kymomof3 (155)
United States
February 10, 2010 9:18am CST
Once again we have more snow. I really do like having snow once or twice a year, but this is becoming annoying. They called off school here again,which means no work for me again today.We have 7 snow days to make up.Now I'll be working til June,we usually get out in May for summer break.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36493)
• United States
10 Feb 10
hi, same thing here. they used their last snow day mon. so they are going to have to make up to now. my good friend is guidance counselor at the hospital. there is still alot of snow here but i'm sure the country roads may still be bad. we haven't had this much snow in a long time. where do u live in ky. i'm just 10 miles from the ky. line in martin, tn.
@kymomof3 (155)
• United States
10 Feb 10
hi lady, Im just 1 county up from the Tn.line,in Barren county,ky.When we cross over into Tn. from here its into Westmoreland,Tn.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36493)
• United States
10 Feb 10
tHANKS FOR THE INFO. THOUGHT WE MIGHT BE CLOSE NEIGHBORS BUT GUESS NOT BECAUSE I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE THAT IS,.
@phoenix8606 (4978)
10 Feb 10
Hi! As I see many people don't like snow, and i wonder why, because it is something very great. but maybe I think so, because I still have something childish in me, but i thing it is great, because it makes me more funnier and life looks also more funnier! we also have snow here from about one month, and it doesn't embarrass me
• United States
10 Feb 10
I really wish it would go away. I can take snow once and them I'm done with it. I'm really annoyed that the roads here are in such terrible shape and no one seems to really be doing anything about them. I'd like for once to get to my apartment without sliding all over the place!
• United States
10 Feb 10
I live in NY and hope we don't have to make up any days. I am trying to be moved out of here before June. I know doesn't it look pretty out there though. No one has walked in the snow here yet. Not even the men who have to shovel it up.