It’s Snow Problem

Ah, snow.

It was exciting the first time it canceled school for the night, then the next day, then early the next morning. I got to go back to my childhood and sled on a nearby hill with other CNU students.

Then it came and gave us an early spring break. With the threat of the storm that would prevent students from safely going home, CNU made the decision to cancel school Thursday and Friday, allowing students an early spring break and the chance to go home early and safely before the storm hit.

I was in the library when they sent the text that school was canceled, and the library ERUPTED into laughs, screams and praise. It was hilarious.

So everyone went on their merry way – except me, the other RAs, the Einstein’s workers, some athletes, front desk assistants and other student workers.

I was a little sad, I’m not gonna lie. I wanted to go home and see my family and start my break early.

But, it ended up being so fun.

I got time to spend with my friends, to hang out on an almost empty campus, and had an excuse to eat out as much as possible. I got to play in the snow, to drink hot coffee at any time of the day and to watch unhealthy amounts of Netflix.

My early spring break was spent as more of a snow break – but I can’t complain.

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