Monday, March 2, 2015

And Would Suffice

We were homebound yesterday, trapped in a glittering prison of ice. (Or, as one of my students posted in his slice, Elsa has hit us and everything is frozen!) As pretty as it was, we had a few errands left un-run at the end of the weekend.

Not to worry-- sub-freezing temperatures overnight preserved the skating rink quality of most sidewalk and streets in our district, and so school was canceled. Out came the sun around 9 AM, and balmy temps of 41 banished most of the ice by 10, turning our ice day into a nice day for catching up on chores!

And it was definitely not the end of the world.


  1. Tracey - I love the Elsa reference! Totally accurate - and a great day!

  2. We're supposed to get hit with freezing rain tomorrow morning during the rush hour. I doubt we'll have a day off, given it's the first day of PARCC testing in my district. Glad you were able to enjoy your day!

  3. We have racked up the snow days and winter is not over. Yikes!

  4. Yes, frozen fractals all around. If anyone stressed about this long winter today, they should have just, "Let it go!"