To top things off on Saturday after a below zero day on the mountain I came home feeling sick. Like really sick. About two hours later I was questioning whether I should go to the ER, and it turns out I was one of the lucky people who got the flu shot, and then got the flu. I used to joke and say, "hey it's just the flu, not ebola" but after getting a little reminder of how bad it is, I promise I will never make light of it again.
... and then there was the snow. You guys, we have SO MUCH SNOW. What once was kind of fun, has turned in to a nightmare and it's hard to say what's worse, having two kids stuck inside for days on end, or having two kids in two different schools, multiple miles away when you can't really drive and public transportation has basically shut down. Everyone is struggling to get to work and school and this city is a mess and to top things off there is an actual parade today for the Patriots. What a great idea... said no one EVER (okay, fine by best friend would say yes, but she's just crazy like that!)
So that's were I've been, and that's my sob story. Right now our home is dry, I have a parking spot only 8 blocks from Gray's school, and I'm alive... things are definitely looking up. ;) Here are a few pictures from the snowiest 10 day period in history.
(one upside... the upside the LM can now slam dunk :))
Proof that yes, you can definitely have too much of a good thing!