For me -
It was a day to explain, three times over the phone, how bad the storm was. It was a day to listen to one professorial lecture that kept cutting out (technical issues). It was a day to write an essay and three blog posts. It was a day to deal with a client's two panicky emails. It was a day to have a podcaster meeting and hash out next week's show. It was a day to shovel for an hour. It was a day to do about 50 pages of class readings. It was a day to prepare a Powerpoint slide presentation for a video I'll be recording tomorrow, for class.
It was apparently also a day to piss off a cousin who decided that the two emails I sent were not enough and I had to talk to her on the phone for I don't know what the **** for because she has evidently decided that I have nothing else going on in my life.
Is there likely to be widespread Spring flooding when all this snow melts?
There's something the locals call 'Mud Season.' Then, suddenly, it's full-blown Summer.