Sometimes it is fun to pretend that I could be an aerial photographer. Tulsa is so pretty at night. Maybe next time I should take my Cannon instead of just my little iPhone.
Last year we learned that medical school snow days are not always the greatest thing to happen, but judging on how many people showed up for class today: OSU should have called it a snow day!
There’s enough snow on the ground that it’s pretty and it feels like winter outside. I think enough public schools were closed today that traffic actually flowed like it was a weekday mid-afternoon, instead of morning rush hour. If the wind wasn’t blowing it would be a great time to play in the snow. The snow is wet enough you could have an awesome snowball fight, but you’d have to be prepared to be wet afterwards.
Yesterday was a beautiful day to spend flying. January days without cold wind are hard to come by in Oklahoma.
If you haven’t tried it, everything there is quite delicious. It makes for a great study break, except for you might want to drink a beer and watch the baseball game. Maybe we can do that in about 5 weeks.
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