Dear Jack Frost,
I understand you're about to pay us another visit tonight. I DO like that you seem to have flip flopped on how you arrive from years past. This year you seem to be slamming the coastal areas, and giving those of us north and west of the city (Philadelphia) a bit of a break by giving us less snow. Thanks for that! Can you please delay your arrival until I can get home from work and John can get here?
Warmly ('cause I have a full tank of oil),
It was so fortunate that I decided to give up my Saturday shift, since I was working so many nights (and my day off on Wednesday) doing server validations. Now I'm off and I don't have to try to get into work in the middle of a snowstorm that plans to dump a foot in my area! Go me!! AND I made sure my boss OK'ed it in case D decides not to show up! It's on him and not me!
Dear Grocery Store,
Please have some groceries left on the shelf. Now that I'll be home this weekend and most likely stuck inside with John (gee! what a hardship!), I need to be able to prepare meals. Never mind about bread, milk and eggs... I have those. I need meat, sandwich fixins and snacks.
With cupboards bare,
Thanks SO MUCH for NOT buying me that snow blower I wanted for my birthday 10 years ago! Now the kids are away at school, you aren't here (not that you ever helped with the shoveling anyway, you jerk), I have to get rid of a foot of snow on a long driveway. If you had gotten the snow blower like I wanted (you cheap bastard), this note would sound much different! Bitter? You bet!
I'm really sorry you aren't coming home this weekend. I thought it would be important to let you know how much snow we were supposed to get. You basically would have been stuck at home all weekend and not been able to drive to Philly like you planned. Weather permitting, you can come home next weekend instead and you can have the car all weekend. Sorry about that! Too bad too, because it would have been nice to only have to drive to Reading (40 minutes) to get you instead of Harrisburg (2 hours). Still better than the drive to Indiana, PA (4.5 hours)!
Dear Kids In The Neighborhood,
Who wants to make $20 shoveling my driveway and walkway?
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