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Snow Day

According to my Tweetpeeps, the official reading in Central Park is approximately 19 inches.

According to our NYC Mayor, "This is roughly twice the amount of snow that yesterday's evening National Weather Service forecast told us to expect. And we have now had the snowiest January in New York City history. We have had 36 inches since January 1st, breaking a record last set in 1925. The heavy overnight snowfall - which amounted to a foot or more of new snow by the early morning hours - is why we decided to close schools today. Emergency agencies, like police, fire, and the public hospitals, have remained open. And as I said over the course of a dozen or so interviews with TV and radio stations this morning, as transportation options get better, City employees should come in to work."

If they (city employees) live in my building they're not going anywhere anytime soon because maintenance staff is still digging out the garages and the streets have yet to be plowed... I will not bore you about the state of the sidewalks. ;-)

We are, however, looking to high-jack some little kids to build a few snowmen. As much as I'd love to participate with my neighbors with coordinating the stroller brigade, my elevator is not working and the idea of being half frozen and forced to climb to the fifth floor when done does not appeal to me at this time (LOL).

I will watch their progress from my bedroom window while thinking of my shorties hanging with Mikey down in FL. Had our kids been here, declining would not have been an option... Doing so would have sparked a miniature World War III with death to the electronics consequences (LOL). ;-)

 

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Comment balloon 4 commentsC Tann-Starr • January 27 2011 02:08PM

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Wow...I saw it on tv and couldn't believe it!   We have had a pretty mild winter by comparison!    I agree..if the munchkins were in town you would be making snowmen!!  LOL    Stay warm!

Posted by Deborah Byron Leffler BzyBee Real Estate Lady! (Keller Williams Realty Boise) over 7 years ago

Deborah, I've have wu shu movies direct from China that I am about to watch. I love Michelle Yeoh. "Reign of Assassins" is on deck, followed by Andy Lau in "Detective Dee." I have a nine regions DVD player. Movies from China are burned for region three and will not play on regular USA/Japan players that read region one.

Nothing beats new kung fu action releases direct from China. It's a highlight of my day after Tai Chi classes on Sunday.

Manhattan's Chinatown rocks! ;-)

Posted by C Tann-Starr (Tann Starr & Associates, Inc.) over 7 years ago

I see you're on vacation.  :-) 

I grew up in Brooklyn.  We had very, very few snow days.  I am so used to going out, no matter what, that one morning, many years ago, I got up and got dressed for work and hustled myself to the subway only to find the trains weren't running.  Don't ask . . .  :-/ 

Posted by Sandy Fenton, ABR, ASP, CDPE, GRI -Westchester NY - Condos to Luxury Homes (Keller Williams NY Realty * Licensed Associate Broker) over 7 years ago

LOL @ Sandy. I really have to come upstate and spend a day with you. Seriously... Will call you later. ;-)

Posted by C Tann-Starr (Tann Starr & Associates, Inc.) over 7 years ago

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