TweetPeat Tuesday in Honor of Snowmageddon

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Snow Blizzard
This is seriously what it looks like. Photo credit: spike55151 via photopin cc

Or as Teri from Snarkfest calls it, Snowmageddonapocalypse. Because that’s what it is. It’s bad out there. Like crazy bad. Like Snowmageddonapocalypse bad. It’s like the whole world has turned into Antarctica, and I’m afraid I might not be able to get out of my house some day soon because the snow will be piled up to the roof. And that might send me over the edge. As it is I’m already having a tough time (see: my feelings on snow days).


I think the snow is getting to me.

Snow Blizzard 2
Send help. Photo credit: Daniele Zanni via photopin cc

Abby Snow Mental


I’m with Abby. I can’t take one more flake. (Hey, that should be a slogan. We could write it on placards and march around holding them up in protest. That’ll show Mother Nature.) Seriously, we have to put a stop to this somehow.





It’s so bad that…


Abby forecast

Can’t say I haven’t thought the same thing. Who the hell does Al Roker think he is? God? Well, you’re not God, Mr. Roker. You’re a meteorologists, and you need to make this stop.

But you know what’s a good thing to do when you’re trapped inside because every other day is a blizzard? Social media.


I’m a little conflicted. Does that count as an accomplishment? Or evidence of a very sad life?

Someone else spent some quality time on social media with equally mixed results.



I guess if the snow doesn’t get you the social media will.



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11 thoughts on “TweetPeat Tuesday in Honor of Snowmageddon”

  1. I’m sorry. Apparently our winter ran away from home and is hanging about in your neighborhood. Feel free to smack it about and send it home. Failing that, you can always come to Alaska to warm up.

    1. Yes, I would like to come to AK to warm up! Or Sochi Russia. My friend actually lived in AK for a year, & she said the winter this year here is not much different.

  2. As you know, it’s ridiculous. We have 27 inches on the GROUND right now with below-average temps predicted into March. We have been above freezing two days in 2014. If my roof doesn’t collapse, my soul surely will…

    1. Well, I just saw u r in Michigan so shouldn’t u be used to this by now? Kidding. But I think we have like 5 feet on the ground right now. Ok, not quite but it is piled up to at least 6 feet at the end of my driveway. But the below freezing temps I wud not be able to take. Stay warm my friend.

    1. Didn’t you say snowmaggedonapocalypse? I tried to find where I saw it so I could link to it, but I couldn’t find it.

  3. I love that Snow______ word, but I’m too lazy to try to type it b/c auto correct will just change it to something crazy. We’re at Cabin Fever Level 5, which is just about a week shy of OVERLOOK HOTEL (from the Shining.) However, as Monty Python says ‘Now for something completely different’ we’re getting torrential downpour RAIN all day, complete with a flood watch. We have one of those basement that floods. We get to give our aching backs a break from shoveling, and switch to bailing out bucketfulls of water from our basement! yaaaay!

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