My mom keeps saying, "It's only March" in that "mom-knows-best" voice of hers that is supposed to reassure us that, indeed, snow is nothing to be surprised of right now. But, here's the thing. USUALLY we have a bit of a thaw in February and it wipes out a good amount of snow.
I think we have just entered an ice age, as I don't expect this snow to melt anytime before August 23rd, or maybe the 24th...because it's so stinking deep. So deep, in fact, that there have been barns and sheds and garages in our county that have collapsed, one not too far from us that basically just blew apart at the seams from the weight of the snow.
Snow so deep, that when the plows go through, the corners of the intersections get piled so high with snow that a person can't see if a person or a car or a train or a flippin' triple decker bus is coming and so, you say a little prayer, inch out as far as you can, and then just "pedal-to-the-metal" it out into the intersection and hope you don't smash into anyone or anything.
Thanks. I always knew I could count on you.