Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Should This Affect My Decision?

From my campus visit last week... I don't remember Texas being like this in March.

elle and snow...

You might be surprised. Does snow insulate or something? Cuz I swear it didn't feel all that cold after it snowed--not nearly as cold as it had been before.

5 comments:

JustMe said...

no, totally a fluke. don't let it be the big negative... unless it's some mountain top in texas or something...

k8 said...

Well, there is a point when it is too cold to snow. We get that where I live. I have a special parka for days when the high is less than 10 degrees. And, silk long underwear is a beautiful thing. ;-)

Kimberly said...

Dallas right? My brother was telling me how much it snowed up there last week. It's definitely a fluke - but Dallas is MUCH colder than the part of TX you're used to.

Gwyneth Bolton said...

Don't let a little snow scare you... says the woman who lives in the snow-belt of Central NY. It looks so-oo pretty. :-)

Gwyneth

Quiche said...

It does get warmer when it snows! (From my non-scientific experience) It gets humid, and so it feels warmer. I KNOW you know a lot about humidity.

Revelations and ruminations from one southern sistorian...