-It piles up on the dish- so if you want to watch Private Practice you have to go sweep it every 30 mins.
-If your trees still have all their leaves, snow makes it so heavy they bend and almost snap. Thus you have to go shake your trees every hour or so. Even now they're a bit deformed.
-You have to have a coat- or some sort of jacket. I have neither of these things. Snow boots would have been a plus.
-Nobody can drive when the city only has a few snow bulldozers.
-Any fun party plans you have are squashed and leave you eating too many cookies while watching TV.
-Snow is bad if you work for UPS and your giant, un-snow-ready truck gets stuck in the middle of the road and you have to wait to for a tow until 9pm.
-Any amount of snow (especially the most we've had in 30 years) will effectively shut down a Las Vegas airport that doesn't have any way of clearing the snow off the runways- and keeping Mom in San Diego for another day.
This was only the beginning:I thought it would be fun to take pictures of the snow. Surely it wouldn't last long! Little did I know it would be trapping me in our house!