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Snow! Snow! Snow!

Snow! Snow! Snow! - Roderick Murdock

Here we are in April and we still have snow. When is it going to be done? Is it going to be here forever? I am so fed up with this white snow! I am tired of shoveling it and cleaning it off my car.

The past two months have been dreadful. No more snow, please! I am protesting! I don’t want it anymore! I am losing it... I am getting depressed.

My best friend is a ski instructor. Each time we meet, he keeps on talking about how great his day was because of the fresh snow. I told him that if he would do that one more time, he would not see me for a while.

This week-end I was planning to finally cut the wood I had bought and fix the baseboard bed in my guests’ bedroom. I guess that plan would have to wait for a while. When I saw the snow outside the balcony this morning, I got a slight headache. Not again!

I think I should move to Toronto. They get much less snow in there. And whenever I check the temperature online, it always shows it is warmer there. At least five or six degrees warmer, or even more.

Getting a job in Toronto might be a bit problematic, but not impossible. My cousin’s working as Plumber Mississauga and he did mention that I could work with him. But that’s not what I do. Not even what I would like to do.

If I’d have to move and start over, I’d probably try to do something that will make me happy. Or at least a job that won’t keep me outside in the cold, or get me depressed. I guess that working in an office is more suitable for me.

Since I could not work on my DIY bed project, I decided to go out and meet one of my friends. Obviously that didn’t happen either. When I called him he said he was out of town. Therefore I was stuck at home with nothing to do. All alone.

Then I looked around me and realized that the house looked messy. Therefore I started to clean it up. Before noon, I did the laundry, tide up everything and prepare my lunch.

After I ate I wanted to go out for a walk. But when I looked outside and saw the snow falling and falling, I changed my mind. I lay down in front of the TV and watched two movies before I fell asleep like grandpa on the couch.


The author:


Hello my name is Roderick and I am a world affairs enthusiast and for a few years now by technology. First and foremost a father and married to a wonderful woman, I sit on several boards of directors and I coach several young business wolves. Ii is with great pleasure that I share my knowledge and at the same time learn from a very dynamic new generation.