It's Day #2 of this Winter Storm (probably more so Lake Effect at this point) and we just wanted to let you know we're both doing just fine, as well as our families.
Probably the most difficult aspect of it all was shoveling. As Becky (MEE!!) mentioned in my Facebook Live video yesterday, the #1 cause of death while shoveling is heart attacks. Luckily I've gotten some help from a neighbor with an extremely kind heart, so I didn't have to do really anything with the hubby in the mix as well. We sat down for a nice cup of cocoa last night and watched the flakes. It was absolutely surreal that we're having this snow in March (did I just say that?! I went through '93) Yet it was a beautiful sight to behold. I wonder what its like right now up at camp in the Adirondacks.
Tom here for this part. I had a relaxing night with a cold Guinness and company from my lovely wife. We have a plow service that always does our front drive way, so thankfully there was not much work involved. My daughter went shopping at Wegmans again this morning, and it appears as if they've re-stocked some of the items that were bare in a Facebook picture I shared yesterday. She saw more bread at the store for sure!
Overall, this is Central New York. Yes, roads are hazardous and dangers lie around every corner with a huge amount of snow. But overall, we are used to it. We live with it every winter, endless Lake Effect Snow from November through almost the beginning of April (or longer).
We are ALMOST to the nicer weather. Let's keep our fingers crossed for some better weather very soon.