The Teacher’s Snow Day

One of the great, beautiful parts of being a teacher is enjoying a snow day. It’s on of the perks of educating the little snowflakes-a day of hot chocolate and nothingness.  Bless it.  There’s a specific process I follow when I hear that there may be snow in my life.

  1.  Seeing snow in the forecast.
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    Don’t play with my heart.
  2. Seeing the first snow flake hit the ground.
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    Did you see that? I saw that.  Cancel everything.  Cancel it all.
  3. Waiting for the phone to ring to anounce the delay.
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    Ring….NOW.  Ring….NOW.  RING, DAMN YOU.
  4. When the phone finally rings while you’re in the bathroom and you have to go get it.
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    EVERYONE MOVE! GET OUT OF THE WAY! MOVE!

5. When you hear the magical words, “School will be closed today”

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6. What we do during a snow day.

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Better eat everything in the house, just in case the power goes out and we have to go into hibernation.

7. Realizing that we must return to school tomorrow…

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Just openly weeping in our shower jorts.

8. Going to school the day after a snow day.

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Bathe in the coffee.  Bathe in it.

9. Resume prayer for the next snow day.

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