In Illiniois, if we get a deep snow, chances are it will turn grey and cloudy for weeks on end. Not a good thing for those of use with Seasonal Affective Disorder. I've never actually been diagnosed with that but I have all the symptoms just the same. How my ancestors ever survived midwestern winters for long enough to help settle this region, I'll never know. They were made of stronger stuff than I if they could make it through those hard winters without offing themselves and their families with an axe.
Anyway, enjoy your snow while it lasts. I'm just glad it wasn't us.
Now, In response to comments on the post I made last night. Some posts I make private but not very often. For the posts on my path work, I've made a select friends group to recieve them. Most things I post I leave public. Sometimes like last night, I make a Friends Only post. I don't do this lightly. The subject matter was a little sensitive. If I have you on my friends list it's because I think I can trust you to read my journal and keep it to yourselves. If anyone on my Friends list would ever breach that security and try to tell people mentioned in my Journal in real life what I've said about them, there would be severe repercussions.
By this, I don't mean just banning you from my journal. I mean, you better live in a place so remote that neither me nor my nationwide network of friends and associates can't get to you. I don't take breaches of confidence lightly and in extreme cases, I don't believe in simply letting the person's karma catch up to them. Karma can be a bitch but so can I. It aint a threat. It's a promise. If I can't trust you to keep what I say in a Friend's Only Post to yourselves then kindly let me know right now so I can remove you from my Friends List.
I will repeat a quote from my personal philosophy. This first said by John Wayne - "I will not be wronged. I will not be insulted and I will not be laid a hand upon. I don't do these things to other men and and I require the same from them!"
Don't wrong me and I won't wrong you.