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Just when you hope it will be a nice day today

I got home late last night. It was a crappy night due to storm. I had a hard time driving home from work because of heavy rain… blinding headlights… and flooded roads. Thanks God my Medical Terminology class was cancelled and I made it to the grocery store to buy milk, bread and eggs.

It is not a nice day today either. I got up early to go to work only to find out that school is cancelled. I received a text message from WGME… a local TV station that text me about “school cancellations” when they have weather advisory in my district. Good thing I have not driven off yet and was still waiting for my car to warm up. So I called my boss to tell him about the cancellation. I was about to go back to bed when he called me back up after few minutes and told me that there was a miscommunication between the school and the TV station. Apparently, school is not closed… there is only a 2-hour delay. Darn! I quickly got in my car and drove off. 100 yards away from the school site… my staff called me and said… "School is closed!" What the heck? I called my boss again and heard him saying… “Yup, you are right, school is closed... sorry about that”.

I hate winter weather! A warm breakfast cooked by hubby… settled everything!


Hello my sweet friend :-) Thanks God u have a wonderful hubby, whose there to prepare u a nice breakfast :-) at least I am relief na my nagpapakalma sau when the weather is annoying u.hihihi

I also hate winter, pro dont worry malapit na mag spring. :-)
Lindy MacDuff said…
How absolutely frustrating!! Glad you were able to make it back home safely.

Thanks for your visit to my photoblog and your very nice comment about my red lighthouse.

Hope you have a great week. =)

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