Welcome to the 6th floor.
Today's contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha, Frank, Billy and Scott.
Subject: Snow Storm
“I think the snow is out to get me.” Scott announces as he shows up at Catalina’s to meet everyone for dinner.
Scott drapes his snow-laden jacket over the back of the chair and sits.
“Yeah. It’s a little rough out there today.”
“I’m glad we decided on Catalina’s and not somewhere else. I’m freezing just from walking this short distance from the 6th Floor.”
“It’s not as cold as it could be, but it’s hard to see more than 10 feet in front of you.”
“I almost feel bad for the tourists. All the street signs are plastered with snow; it’s hard to know where you’re going.”
“Getting lost in New York and seeing new and exciting things is a rite of passage.”
“Rite of passage? I don’t know if I’d agree with that assessment.”
“Well, at least they’ll be able to run home confirming that New York in the winter is a weather disaster and a frigid uninhabitable nightmare.”
“That’s blown out of proportion. It’s not like New York is Maine. Sure we get some nasty, ice-cold days, but I think tourists lump us in with Upstate New York and ‘New England Winters’ too much.”
“I prefer this to some of those sticky, 100 degree summer days.”
“The city smells better in the winter.”
“Hard to argue that one. Ignoring the occasional syrup smell anyway.”