9 months ago I moved to Boston, Massachusetts. I just survived my first New England winter. Hell, I even went skiing in Vermont in sub zero temperatures this past January. I think this (very cold-natured, always shivering) Southern girl did OK. The point I'm trying to make is that the winter I experienced here in Boston was very different from my past Georgia winters. There was A LOT more snow. I went home to Georgia this past Christmas and it actually snowed. I took pictures. I returned to Boston and in January there was a blizzard. I took more pictures. Here's how the two states compare, in my eyes.
Pathetic dusting of snow.
Our snowballs were half snow / half leaves. :(
Snowman with pine straw face.
Train/bus station parking lot during the early stages of a blizzard.
A small view of my route to the post office. The sidewalks were covered in ice, but luckily I had something to prevent me from dying.
I'd never seen so much snow in my entire life. So white, fluffy, and virginal!
Yeah, the pretty snow didn't last long...