Friday, February 4, 2011

Look, my first snowball. I love snow so much, my fingers are numb with joy

There is so much snow. I've been taking pictures to share with all of you fine folk, but I'm just not sure they do justice to the ridiculous amount of cold white stuff on the ground. Ah well, here they are anyway. Enjoy.This is a picture of the courtyard at the law school. I was trying to take a picture of the ridiculous amount of snow falling from the sky, but I was largely unsuccessful in that area as the snowflakes didn't show up very well. You can see how much snow is out there, kind of. The school hasn't shoveled the courtyard at all since the snow started at the beginning of January, so there is a lot of snow out there.
This is a picture of some of the icicles on the ACPH's gym building. Some of the sidewalks are actually roped off because of the giant icicles dripping from the roofs. Apparently they don't want any icicle/human contact, and I totally concur with that. Too bad they don't also strive to avoid snow/human contact. Oh well. Can't have everything I guess.These are just some random pictures of the snow. And I have no idea why my blog has suddenly decided to type in blue and underlined, but it's not a link, so don't click on it.This is a picture of the park by my house. Another place that never gets shoveled.I just thought it was funny that they only cleared one side of the stairs.That is a picture of my front door. The stairs leading up to my front door are under there somewhere.I thought I should end this snowy post with a picture of my school. Kinda pretty, don't you think? It'd be prettier if it wasn't so damn cold. Still, I do go to school in a really cool building (and yes, there is another wing, but I couldn't go back any farther due to the giant snowbank behind me.) Hope you're all staying warm. Happy trails!


  1. Abby, having been there and know what it looks like I can't believe how much snow there is. Especially the picture of your front door. Please stay away from the ice cicles. And I hope you don't have anymore human/snow contact. Have a great weekend. Thanks for the pictures. It's always fun to see what you see. Love you.

  2. Wow!! Hope you thaw out soon! Love the pics-thanks!