Claire Kunzier, Editor
February 3, 2021
Everyone loves a good snowstorm, as seen by the one Philadelphia and the rest of the northeast got this past Sunday to Tuesday. The wintery mix of cold air and frozen water particles means that no one wants to drive to work or school so you automatically get a snow day! Here are somethings you can do in the snow:
Now I know what you’re thinking, “Claire. Why do nothing when you can play in the snow, go sledding, skiing/snowboarding etc?” Let me tell you, none of those activities will bring you as much joy as taking a hot shower, putting on the warmest thing you own, eating warm food and wrapping yourself up in every blanket you own just to lay on the couch or in bed and watch random shit on TV for hours. There’s no way for you to get cold and or wet, you have yourself and whoever you live with, humans or animals, to keep you company, and most importantly there’s no expectation. Also, once you’re suited up in snow gear, you’re subjected to hours of an activity, when you do nothing you can do anything. It’s all up to you to do homework, read, eat, go outside or whatever you want or don’t want to do. I’m not saying you can’t go outside and play in the snow, I’m just saying think logically, you’re gonna get really hot and sweat and then when you stop you get really cold and wet because it’s cold and wet outside and even if you have a snow suit on, shits still gonna suck when you have shelp yourself and your stuff back to wherever you came from. So get ahead of the game and do nothing like us smart people a.k.a me.