I can't leave my house. Truly, I want to, but I just can't do it. Last year I got stuck for almost 7 hours in the hugest snowstorm ever on the Micron road on February 13th. Jax was only 8 days old! It was terrible. I was crying in my car on the phone with my mom, Chase, and even the Highland/Alpine police! Yep, I called the police to ask them what in the world was going on.
We finally pulled over at the gas station across the street from Micron, where we were greeted by a few friendly faces that were also stuck. At about 10:00pm my mom and dad bravely rescued me and my 8 day old baby from the snow.
Well, needless to say, I now think I suffer from chionophobia - fear of the snow. Honestly, I am serious. When I wake up to see snow pouring down, I about freak if I have to drive anywhere in my very NON 4-WHEEL DRIVE car. Like, I could hyperventilate just thinking about it. My lease is up next year and I will be either getting a seriously snow tough 4-wheel drive or a snow cat (Preferably the snow cat)!! Not to mention, I am equally nervous for Chase to drive to and from work. I stare at the weather report all day and especially during the time of his commute. I have honestly told him he needs to stay home from work due to the weather. It think I may need to switch states...
Today is one of those days where my blood pressure might be a little higher than normal. The snow is just pouring. My chionophobia is getting intensified! Seriously, I might need some medication to get it under control. I was suppose to take Jax to get some pictures taken today, but luckily I canceled and rescheduled. I am not going anywhere. That terrible day last February has scarred me. I look out the window and think the snow looks absolutely beautiful, but HATE it more than ever!!