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The snow has stopped, and everyone is trying to dig out.  I personally love snow, as you wander around a neighborhood and people smile at you, greet you, and are so much more neighborly!  It really brings out the best in people. :)  

Looking at the conditions of the roads, I'm pretty convinced that we won't be having classes tomorrow.  But who knows.  I'll be studying for the MCAT one way or the other.  

Some photos taken at 10am on Sunday, Feb. 7th, 2010:


A car buried on Albemarle street.


Albemarle Street looking towards Wisconsin Ave.



Yours truly, standing in snow.  Those boots go up to just below my knee.



A bit of scale.  That is a ruler of a standard 12 inches or just a bit more than 30cm, for those of you in metric.



Benches by Janney Elementary School.



Yuma Street folks digging out.


Looking up 42nd by the intersection with Albemarle.


 Thankfully, not my car.


Wisconsin Ave and Albemarle Street. 

I am thankful to have power, water, kitties, covered parking, and food.  And what's more, lots and lots of science to keep me from boredom.  :)
Hope you all are well!
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