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Oh wait, 2021 said hold my beer... No more scrimmages, time to strap it up and go    

Not only did I lose four scrimmages - not sure I'm THAT broke up about that, especially since I had four others - but I lost three *paying* games last week.  And we got a total of NINE inches of snow,

Like you have NO idea. The last snow in the San Antonio area was in 2018, before we moved here.  But it was pretty much nothing, from what I'd heard, and it didn't last long, so I was hoping we'd

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2 hours ago, ATXBlue said:

Oh wait, 2021 said hold my beer... No more scrimmages, time to strap it up and go
 

 

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Welcome to the world of NE spring baseball...

Seriously, stay safe.

 

 

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10 hours ago, ATXBlue said:

Oh wait, 2021 said hold my beer... No more scrimmages, time to strap it up and go
 

Not only did I lose four scrimmages - not sure I'm THAT broke up about that, especially since I had four others - but I lost three *paying* games last week.  And we got a total of NINE inches of snow, with two storms Sun/Mon and Thursday.

As they say, "it's been a week."

My motto of "winter is bulls---" was only strengthened this week.

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On 2/19/2021 at 10:57 PM, HokieUmp said:

Not only did I lose four scrimmages - not sure I'm THAT broke up about that, especially since I had four others - but I lost three *paying* games last week.  And we got a total of NINE inches of snow, with two storms Sun/Mon and Thursday.

As they say, "it's been a week."

My motto of "winter is bulls---" was only strengthened this week.

Probably not what you were expecting when relocating the Texas?

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11 hours ago, Aging_Arbiter said:

Probably not what you were expecting when relocating the Texas?

Like you have NO idea.

The last snow in the San Antonio area was in 2018, before we moved here.  But it was pretty much nothing, from what I'd heard, and it didn't last long, so I was hoping we'd pass our time here not seeing that bullcrap at all.  This nonsense.... the TV channel I follow put together a graphic.  For nine straight nights, the overnight low was below 32, and five of those nights set records for lows.

And look - I know how weak it sounds.  But when a February day is normally like 65/43 most every day, that's .... different.

If I live a normal lifespan for a person born in 1965, and never see another snowflake again, that'd be juuuuuuust fine.

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