Trending in Social Media: Tired of snow days?

Trending in Social Media: Tired of snow days?

With the impending snow prediction for the Chicagoland area and around the nation for this weekend, you tell us…are you tired of snow days? Share your stories.

Here are 16 signs you and your kids have had too many from the Huffington Post.

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8 Comments

  1. Tim Nelson

    When I was a kid, we loved snow days! But I don’t seem to remember having as many then as we do now. Is that my imagination?

  2. I am tired of driving to work on snow days…this winter is never ending. Come on SPRING!

  3. Anytime I’m tired of the snow, I take my American Eskimo dog for a nice walk. Watching her romp and roll in the snow makes me feel like a kid in New England again.

  4. Driving has been tough this winter. But, the kids are loving it. I cheat by counting shoveling as my workout. So, I’ve got that going for me, which is nice.

  5. Not tired of it. Love it. The same people muttering about the snow will be complaining about the heat and humidity come mid-Summer.

  6. Melissa Osterbur

    I feel terrible for my 2 year old son. Snow is supposed to be fun, but when it’s -25 outside it can only be enjoyed from the living room window. :(

  7. Kelly Jo Golson

    I would not miss snow if I never saw it again another day in my life. Although sitting in cozy clothes by a warm fire – I do admit it can be beautiful….
    Yet I would take 100 degrees over 20 degrees any day.

  8. Lin Schuessler March 1, 2014 at 8:30 am · Reply

    Tired is too kind a word to describe how I feel about this winter. I have never seen an incidence when weather so impacted the overall demeanor of the general population. People seem frazzled, restless and quicker to anger, let alone depressed. This winter needs to end yesterday. Enough is enough!


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