However, I’m not surprised. I’m getting annoyed with people complaining that other countries have heavy snow, and they continue to function.. for them it’s a usual occurrence, and so yes, they are geared up for it. This is the worse snow for 18 years (and I remember that snow in 1991, I had a great time in Hyde Park!), and so I think it’s very understandable that we can’t cope.
Anyway, the girls’ school is shut, so they’re at home; the Old Bailey is shut, so Glen is here; and after half an hour of wandering around and debating whether I should get to work, I finally decided not to risk my car, and myself, by driving in it. If the buses have been taken off the roads, I’m certainly not going to attempt it! lol
Beth was out just now, and it’s at 18cms. It’s snowing again at the moment, and we’re expecting quite a bad snow storm in a few hours. It doesn’t sound as if we’ll go anywhere tomorrow either.
Of course the girls are happy, and there’s nothing Glen can do.. but I’m a little stressed over work. Tomorrow I run a warfarin clinic, but I’m sure that either I won’t get in, or my patients won’t.. they need to be seen, so I imagine I’ll be double booked next Tuesday! I also lose annual leave days whilst I’m off.
But moving away from all that, the girls have had fun, and the garden looks pretty… http://www.flickr.com/photos/mjmoore/sets/72157613228874561/