Yesterday it was in the low 60's at one point. Today it's 30 degrees, snowing and, according to the news, the beginning of a nor'easter. Help! I'm worried that I'm never going to get out of New Jersey. If I were in any other state and was given 24 hours notice that a big storm was about to hit, and it was close to the end of my vacation, I would have packed my bags and hit the road immediately. But when I'm in New Jersey I lose my ability to reason... Yesterday when Kim Jong Ramone and I were discussing the impending storm the only thing I was concerned about was whether the Chinese restaurants around here deliver in Blizzards. Good news: they do.
Allyson and I have been staying with Kim Jong Ramone for the last couple of days (he kind of begged me to stay). When he asked me if he could work from home today because of the storm I told him that this was acceptable as long as he understood that his office and computer would be used as the Captain Corky Nor'easter tracking center. Here at the center my responsibilities include monitoring the storm with state of the art technology, like the Internet, TV and the window. And every half hour I go out and shovel the sidewalk like a 70 year old man.
Hopefully the storm will end by tomorrow so we can head back to Louisville. I've got a ton of pics that I plan on posting next week and I hope everyone is well.