Winter Weather December 2020

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Well, it’s November already.

Kind of feels like Spring just started, doesn’t it? It’s as if something(s) have preoccupied our mind these last few months. Nevertheless, with the changing of the season, it’s the changing of the hazard. Winter is here and that means snow, ice, rain, sleet, cold weather, wind chills, and THE END OF PUMPKIN SPICE SEASON!!!!

We can’t speak for you, but we’re just happy as a lark to not have to smell pumpkin everywhere we go. The masks helped.

We know, perhaps the winter weather draws ire for some folks, but let’s look on the bright side of things:

First, working from home means less driving in the ice and snow.

Second, working from home means you don’t have to go outside nearly as much.

Third, working from home means you can go sledding on your lunch break.

Fourth, working from home means more time to practice your Hot Toddy, hot cocoa, and Egg Nog recipes.

Finally, those masks really act as a great insulator for your face when you walk outside to get the paper.

As Monty Python said, “Always look on the bright side of life.” Maybe this year, for those of us who haven’t quite warmed up to the idea of winter, our minds will be changed, and we’ll be able to appreciate the beauty of Mother Nature and her cold and snowy gifts.

David Thomason

Senior Program Specialist/Tribal Liaison | External Affairs
FEMA Region 3
Office: (215) 931-5706 | Mobile: (215) 356-5780

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