Desi in DC

January 30, 2010

SNOW!

Filed under: Uncategorized — dcdesi @ 12:55 pm

I keep coming back to my blog, wanting to write, but not knowing what to write, been busy traveling, haven’t kept up with the news, but bday resolution is to get back to writing, even if it’s not related to politics.

The snow in cville has finally melted at least most of it. In all likelihood to create space for more in the near future.

I wrote the first 4 lines 10 days back. Sure enough its snowing again in cville. I wonder if DC will get a snow day again:) though the frequency of snow days has definitely come down since the Obamas came to town.

After the bad storm in December, most people in cville are now apprehensive about the term snow storm. The super markets were crowded. There was absolutely no space to park. Where normally one would park within a couple of rows to the market, yesterday i found a spot close to the end of the parking lot. For a small town like cville there sure are a lot of people.

My partner lost a classmate to swine flu in december. A 26 to 30-year-old with asthamatic problems. Had flu, got misdiagnosed, landed up with bronchitis and other complications. Could not get help fast enough. At times its better to overstep student health and go to the actual doctors. To everyone out there with a compromised immune system- be careful and take care of your health!

over and out

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1 Comment »

  1. Oh the swine flu accident* is most disturbing to know.
    There are also other disturbing things: my kid’s classmate was kidnapped by his driver, (on his way to school in the morning).
    For ransome.
    The good thing was that he was recovered a 9 days later.
    Our electricity bill is double last month’s bill for no reasonable reason. The KESC decided to “average”.
    😐

    Comment by Saman Khan Shadab — January 30, 2010 @ 8:12 pm | Reply


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