Sunday, February 12, 2006
Speaking from the heart of Connecticut in a blizzard
It's Sunday, the 12th of February in 2006, and the northern coastal region of the United States is hit by a storm. For a friend in Maryland, there was only a few powdery inches. For us, it is 5 in the evening and it is almost two feet deep. The photo is of my driveway and the shed. It's a bit blurry because snow is still falling and somewhere behind all that the sun is setting. It's predicted to end around midnight. It has been a hard day with shoveling twice, and we're likely to shovel again tomorrow morning. Tonight I'm really looking forward to being warm, writing for a while, eating supper, and watching "Serenity". Best wishes from the heart of Connecticut to all who are surviving and trying to survive the storm.