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Snow Time Before Halloween!

So, as many of you may know, we had a storm. Some of us got snow,sleet,or just cold rain. In Longmeadow, Mass, we got 6 inches and a week off from classes. I go to Bay Path College in this great suburb and we got hit with the snow shovel at around 12 pm on Saturday. We lost power at around 3-4ish and wandered in the dark. By Sunday morning, classes where out ( as well as the power) for Monday and Tuesday. So what is it like to have a snow storm in autumn? Lets get back to that snowy day. When it is the fall, there are leaves still on the trees. In the winter there are no leaves, but snow on the trees. When snow and leaves on the trees combine, they make a mess. The weight of the white fluff on the still falling leaves makes trees fall down. In even little words is snow+leaves on the tree= blocked off roads and cancelled classes and Halloween! Once shooed out of the campus, I traveled back home! Then we got the great news that we where going to have all week out, getting back to school for Monday. Crazy, right?! Yes, yes it is. And I am loving it! I know a few towns are not happy that their children could not go Trick or Treating on Halloween! I do believe they either cancelled it or post poned it. I just hope they got something out of this! So how was everyone else’s cold/snowy/wet/dry Halloween? 🙂 Oh, and on Wednesday we got the news that there is power back on campus!

Photos to come!

Chadsey 🙂

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