I woke up this morning at 6 a.m. on Thursday in Baton Rouge, LA and to my surprise it was snowing. In southeast Louisiana snow is something that you don’t see very often, maybe if you are lucky once every 5 years! Dropped the kiddie off at school only to have turn right back around and get her. See, since we are not use to snow the schools close because Baton Rouge’s roadways can not handle the snow and further more people do not know how to drive in snow.
The last time I saw snow was in December 2004 in New Orleans on Christmas day, which was really odd, yes folks, New Orleans had a white Christmas first time in my life that has ever happened. No surprise that Katrina hit that following summer in August 2005. Southeast Louisiana’s weather is very unpredictable one day it’s snowing and by the weekend it will be in the low 60s. It’s 8 a.m. and as you can imagine the snow has stopped and is beginning to melt into a wet mess. I must say that during our little “snow storm” it was absolutely beautiful and for others like me who were not in the Christmas mood this certainly made me feel like a child again, it felt like Christmas time in the city.
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