By Friday afternoon, I got worried. The snow that fell becoming increasingly hard. The blizzard of 2013 just began. Charlotte was its name, the blizzard of one of a kind. The wind swept and blew in a menacing speed. It banged and rattled the windows, and I couldn’t sleep. I accompanied my son who had high fever and laid beside him, while I kept checking in outside. The destruction that Hurricane Sandy caused are still looming in our state and neighborhood, and now another storm made quite a stir. On Saturday morning, the scene around our home was extraordinary. Our car and our neighbors’ were engulfed in the snow. Everywhere is snow, snow and more snow. About 30-something inches of snow, covered our neighborhood and we’re stuck. Too much snow to dig, so that our car could even be seen again. Too much snow for me and my daughter, who shoveled the front entrance to our home. Just too much. But amidst the snow, some pictures are without a doubt memorable and awesome.
Our front yard was covered with snow.
A man resting on his shovel after too much shoveling.
Cars beneath the snow.
Clear blue sky after the storm.
Keep on shoveling!