Tagged: winter

Blizzards… So Many Blizzards

I’m not sure I would say “survive a few blizzards” was ever really on my bucket list of things to do, but at least now I can appreciate what “cold” really means and why northerners are so tense. Growing up in sunny and warm Georgia weather definitely used to make me wonder why northerners are […]

It fills with alabaster wool the wrinkles of the road

It’s so much a part of our lives that I’m not sure it’s even “news” anymore: We’re in the middle of WINTER here in Boston.   This season has been a tricky one. We didn’t have any snow in November. My visitors at Christmas didn’t see a snowflake. Then, two weeks ago, BOOM(!!!), here it […]

Ski Trip 2015

BU Law does an annual ski trip to Sugarloaf. I don’t ski and after living in the Northeast for 18 years, I’m not the biggest advocate of snow so I clearly wasn’t planning on attending. However, I learned that a good amount of people attending the ski trip also didn’t ski and were just planning […]

Snowed In: A Tale of Yetis, Snow Forts, and Burning Marshmallows

I was born in California, and lived a generally snow-free existence for the first several years of my life. Ever since, I have had an almost fiendish love of snowstorms. I was the weird kid flushing ice cubes down the toilet, doing snow dances in the street, and wearing my pajamas inside-out in hopes of […]

January is the Greatest Month

I might not speak for the majority when I say this, but January is one of my favorite months to be a law student. For starters, winter hasn’t been around for long enough to lose its magic. Waking up to the glint of snow outside your window carries with it a little glimpses of what […]