A small request…

January 27, 2007

Dear Mother Nature,

I would like to start the letter by thanking you for all the wonderful weather you have blessed us with in the past three years I’ve lived in Colorado. The comfortable summers, beautiful falls, the previously mild winters, and warm springs are all wonderfull. However, I feel I have offended you in some way and would like to appologize. I have taken for granted how great this state can be, and I did not mean to hurt your feelings.

This winter has been wonderful terrible, filled with more snow than I know what to do with. I think there has been some sort of missunderstanding and I would like to clear that up. The first, and even the second snows were nice. I hadn’t had a “snow-day” in years, it made me feel like a kid again. I was able to stay home from school work and play video games all day long! Thanks for that feeling, I definately missed it. What is really bothering me is the continued snow, EVERY weekend. There hasn’t been a weekend in six weeks that it hasn’t snowed.

As I sit here gazing out my window, the giant flakes truley are a beautiful thing. Mother Nature, my back really hurts! I’m tired of shoveling, I have blisters ontop of blisters. You have already taken your agression out on my car, which was very unfair. There was no need for you to freeze the throttle body of my car, it did nothing to you.

Please Mother Nature, I have but one request. Stop the damn snow! I hope this request isn’t out of line in any way. Thank you for hearing me out.



P.S. I think Terri said she loves snow, and would like for you to send it all to Texas.

P.S.S. I know people, trust me you don’t want to mess with me. If this snow doesn’t stop soon I’m going to launch a scud at you!


2 Responses to “A small request…”

  1. Karen on January 27th, 2007 11:14 am

    HA HA HA! Now you know what we New Englanders have been dealing with for years. Well,every year but this one! ;)

  2. Terri on January 27th, 2007 1:32 pm

    Hmmmmmmmmmm I think you’ve got me mistaken with someone else Anthony. LOL! I had plenty of snow growing up in Central Kansas and the almost 2 years I spent in Maryland. I think I’ll just stay down here in Central Texas, where for them a “snow day” is just a dusting of snow. I’m kind of enjoying the fact that to the Central Texans, a really cold day is maybe 30 degrees. That’s the kind of winter I can handle!

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