Melbourne is looking mighty nice right now! After a mid-November burst of warm weather (it was over 70F during Thanksgiving), it seems that the cold weather has finally found its way to Frisco.
I skipped class today, as did most (from what I read on the class Facebook site), and also decided to skip driving to Denton (where it was much colder this morning than Frisco, but as you can see, able equal). UNT closed its doors at 3 PM anyway, so I was kind of thankful that I didn’t go north, only to have to drive back home on icier roads.
Today was also meant to be the World AIDS Day event that I had been involved with, and due to Collin College closing their doors (at 3PM), this event was cancelled. This is actually a real shame, as so much work had been planned by so many people. The sad fact that the AIDS Memorial Quilt had been set up and was ready for its display was crushing to many. I’m hopeful that we will be able to hold something in the next couple of months to dedicate the new quilt panels that were made for the ceremony tonight.
Chris is in Chicago today, and hopefully he will be departing there in about one hour, and will be home before midnight. As I type this, small white flakes are falling from the sky, and landing on the growing piles of ice/snow mixture already on the ground. From all weather reports, it appears that tomorrow will be warmer.