I think I was gonna post on something else today, but Raleigh, NC shut down today. Thankfully, yesterday was slated as an off day from marathon training, so I wasn’t really worried about how I was gonna get my run in – that said I am not sure how or where I’m gonna get today’s 8 in because everything is shut down.
I woke up yesterday morning, and it was just straight-up cold. But the school system closed school for the day, so it had to be serious, right?
I drove into work anyway, and worked for a short time before it occurred to me that I didn’t want to be stuck, so I headed home, and immediately set about to taking a nap. When I fell asleep it was cold and dry. And when I woke up, I saw this.
I stumbled out of my sleep, not realizing how much it snowed, and if you peek in the bottom of that picture, you can see that I wore my nude flats, because I honestly didn’t realize how much it had snowed. Poor Coco didn’t really know what to make of the snow, and during her bathroom break, she actually ran underneath the building so she could find a dry spot to “powder her nose”.
At any rate, the snow day was nice because I actually had time during the day to write and to work on my blog, which, is quickly rocketing to my Top 5 of things I like to do with my time. Can I just go full-time with the blog yet? And it was all fun and games until Austin called and told me he was stuck, and that Raleigh had turned into a version of Atlanta 2.0.
This, my friends, is how the South does winter. Let me tell you what, the South does many things correctly. Biscuits, musicians, and summer nights. All very well done by the South. But winter, winter is not our strong suit. This is literally a few blocks over form my house, and yes, in case you were wondering, that is a car on fire down the hill. Talk about a bad day, right?
So I went into stress mode, thinking about Austin stuck. I thought about hopping into my Lancer and saving him, like a knight(ess) in shining armor, but that quickly was pushed aside, and I kind of just wrung my hands until he was home safe.
How is the weather where you are? How do I navigate my run tomorrow?