It's not even "I See What You're Saying--Blizzard Edition." It's just, "I'm So Stinkin' Bored and Will Do Anything to Get Out of this House and Create Some Pseudo-Fun."
Points of Interest (maybe):
1. I don't know why I'm standing like that except that deeper snow throws you a little bit off balance, so I think I planted my feet and ended up looking like your kid does when he has a full diaper.
2. The jeans. NOT flattering trouser jeans, but thigh-hugging ones that I generally wear around home to clean in or out in the snow, not really thinking about how they might photograph. And for this, I am truly sorry.
3. "Saturday Night Fever," not "Saturday Night Live." Ah, the oldness. It is loitering around my brain waiting for any and every chance to humiliate me.
4. When I came in the house to take a shower (because I shoveled our drive right after the video) the first song I heard on the radio was "Staying Alive," which I thought was ironic, and I love irony. But not ironing.
5. I was not in the "Blair Witch Project." I just managed to get only half of my face in the picture during part of this. Snow was falling off the tree in clumps on me, it was cold, my tape was running out and I remembered why you don't drink liquids before you suit up to go play in the snow, so I was distracted, all right??
6. The whole reason I'm telling you about the blizzard of '78 is because I meant to ask everyone to leave a favorite or worst snow memory comment, and that blizzard was mine. Like I said, I was about 16, and I couldn't see my boyfriend all that time, but he worked at Kmart, and they had him come to work a few days when no one else was in the store, so he called me from there and we talked for hours. You can see that my teenage years were eerily similar to the those of the glamorous kids on 90210 and One Tree Hill.
Bonus: The truck drowning me out in the beginning cracks me up.