That describes the feelings of many folks this week — after 3 weeks of non-stop winter weather and all that its brought — shoveling, digging out, delays — to many parts of the Northeast, especially New England.
In Nashua, NH, there are many who want winter snow to go One Way — AWAY
Finding a place to sit is not easy unless you have a shovel along.
Even crossing the street is an adventure in getting access to the "walk" button . . .
Ice sculptures are nice, EXCEPT when hanging from building gutters . . .
Everywhere are mounds (and mounds) of snow in so many places and no place to put it.
We're getting out by "foot power" most days, which is challenging too. Many side-street walkways are narrow and/or snow-packed; street walking has become a common sight.
YIKES this Valentine's Day weekend, forecasters are predicting a(nother) snowstorm for parts of the Northeast, and especially hard-hit New England.
GOOD NEWS — Spring arrives Friday, March 20, perhaps not soon enough for snow-weary folks. Here's a spring countdown if you're anxiously awaiting its arrival.
As for Grenville and I, we're enjoying this winter as it's reminiscent of growing up and living in our home state of NJ. (And, yes we are keeping safe.)