Snow day #1 – Hallelujah! Three days of professional development was enough to make my brain melt. If I had to show up again today I might have ended up needing a lawyer.
Snow day #2 – Ok, a three day week is a nice way to ease back into school after Christmas vacation.
Snow day #3 - Break out the sweats & fuzzy socks! I’m ready to binge watch Walking Dead until I become immune to the jump scare.
Snow day #4 – I didn’t feel like getting dressed today anyway.
Snow day #5 – I have officially watched everything on my DVR. How is that even humanly possible?
Snow day #6 – While I love sleeping in and wearing my pajamas all day, I’m starting to forget what day of the week it is. Tuesday? Thursday? I know it’s one of the T-days.
Snow day #7 – Maybe I should re-caulk the bathroom. Wait, I don’t have any caulk. Can a 4WD Subaru make it through a three foot snow drift? (Two hours and a lot of digging later) No. Not if said drift is twenty-feet long. Maybe I could use toothpaste as caulk. It dries like cement, plus it smells minty. Genius.
Snow day #8 - Crap. I've done so much laundry I can't fit anymore clothes in our dresser drawers. If it's a choice between overflowing laundry hamper or overflowing dressers maybe I should quit doing laundry and go take another nap.
Snow day #9 – Pretty sure everyone under this roof had some kind of emotional melt down at some point today. Who knew Minecraft versus Terraria would elicit such an emotionally charged debate?
Snow day #10 - Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to mourn the loss of our summer. June, we hardly knew you.
Snow day #11 – Red-rum is not just murder spelled backwards. It’s a magic potion that makes one feel warm and fuzzy when it’s cold outside. Yo ho ho.
Snow day #12 – All work and no play makes Audra a dull girl. AllworkandnoplaymakesAudraadullgirl. AllworkandnoplaymakesAudraadullgirlAllworkandnoplaymakesAudraadullgirlAllworkandnoplaymakesAudraadullgirl…
It was a long stretch, but I’m happy to report that no axes were wielded during our snow day marathon.