In case you missed it, it snowed in California this weekend and, more specifically, it snowed in Southern California. I got several texts asking me if it was snowing where I lived, and my answer to each was no. Because I did not see the snow. I saw the hail, I saw the rain, but I did not see the snow. If it did snow where I lived, it was before I woke up.
My mother called me and asked if I was sure I lived in Southern California because all of her weather sources were telling her snow, but I was not. So, yes, my mother thought I was LYING to her because I wasn’t filming snow from my patio door. (This is mostly a joke.)
Group text was lit, tho.
Text from the photo says:
[picture of snowy landscape with a link title “Desert snow: Rare snowfall accumulates in Palm Springs during SoCal storm“
Person 1: This is wild.
Me: Welp. It’s the end times
Me: Nice knowing you all
Me: We’ll see which of us gets left behind shortly, I guess
Also, I know it’s feeling real fifth season-y, but it has snowed in Los Angeles before.
So maybe the end is only a little near.
I also read some books since my last post:Continue reading “It’s Monday & It Snowed in Southern California”