We may be weather wimps, but at least we’re wired


Is it just me, or do we seem to be less courageous than usual about inclement winter weather?
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I know rush hour was particularly messy this morning, but it was just rain. Nonetheless, Harford schools joined four other county districts in closing schools today. The nice thing is that my phone rang at 6:15 a.m. with the news that school would start two hours late this morning. Then my husband’s cell phone rang an hour later to tell us that school wouldn’t open at all.
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Then my e-mail in box filled up with missives from the eSchoolsnewsletter telling me the same news. My husband and I were reminiscing about our school snow days, which always involved actual snow. (I was in Milwaukee.) We’d wait with an ear pressed to the radio for the long list of closed schools to be read as fast as the announcer’s lips could move. If we missed the moment our school’s name was announced, we’d have to wait for the next go-round and get ready for school just-in-case. Thank goodness for all this automated telephone technology. With no snow in sight, we wouldn’t have thought to turn on the radio this morning.