|You can still see the grass, it's not sticking to the road...nothing to worry about, right?|
Today was our usual Boozing Brunch Bunch and we decided to meet in Loveland which is between Denver and Fort Collins (our alma mater). I woke up to a text from my friend Jessica asking if I was still good to drive. I immediately responded, "Yes, " thinking to myself, "Dude. It's just supposed to be in the 20s and spitting some snow. I drive a Subaru. I grew up in Colorado. I can deal." Then she asked if I wanted to leave earlier to let her know. That? Made me look out my window and see this.
|The snow's so deep you can barely see the rocks on the pond.|
I'm totally spoiled and have a garage space and my mom toggles her cars between the driveway and the garage, and this makes me thankful.
Jessica and I got on the road and headed out just a little earlier to make sure that we had time to navigate the roads at a slower speed to make it on time. However, once we were 20 miles north of the city, we had this.
|Sunny skies and dry roads? Colorado, you are menopausal.|
Now, I'm snuggling up with Harry, the fireplace, and the marketing machine that is the Super Bowl.