Pic from last year's storm...
Tonight Chris asked me if I wanted to get out of the car and run into a store. I said no. I than explained: "I am Puerto Rican and this is Hades".
My mother is from Puerto Rico and so I was raised that if the temperature is below 70 you better be dressed very warmly or you will instantly die of pneumonia. Although I always have toyed with the idea of living in Salt Lake City I don't know how I would ever reconcile the idea of this white stuff falling on me. Since my whole life I've only lived in West Texas, Southern New Mexico, Southern Nevada, and Southern California... I rarely worry about this darn white stuff.
Now though for the next 3 days it is snowing and having three cabin fevered tots is not going to be fun! With our nanny being Latin as well those kids won't do anything with out 7 layers of clothing. No one around here is used to this stuff and so driving is a nightmare. Already tonight there were major crashes everywhere. Oh well, at least we can take more fun house in snow pictures. I guess this is the silver lining an opportunity in SLC, NYC, Chicago, or anywhere else that is like this hasn't opened up for us.
EDIT: Worse nightmare has been confirmed this morning. My nanny who lives in the valley can't make it up to the Mesa so I'm on my own today AND school was canceled for Harmon.... white stuff is no fun!