So we had some snow stick to the ground here in Seattle and the whole town seems to have gone crazy. Like, end-of-the-world crazy. Streets are deserted, employees are calling in a snow day, people are staying in doors and stocking up on food. Um, in Chicago, we would have called this a flurry, not a snow storm. Understandably, people living on hills would have reason to be worried, but I’ve seen people dressed in arctic gear that I’ve never seen in Chicago — and it’s only 30 degrees, not 10. It’s not cold enough for me to wear gloves! Emily and I are having a good laugh about the hysteria surrounding this “snow storm”.