Maybe two feet under snow really, judging by my back yard, which is largely sheltered and not prone to drifts. It looks like a pristine Winter Wonderland.
For once, the weathermen were right when they said a blizzard was coming. Twitter and Foursquare are abuzz with people signing in or tweeting about #snowpocalypse2010, #snomageddon or #snomg in jest, but really it’s just a lot of noise about the first snowfall of the season.
The result out front on the street is a big mess though, as the howling wind, drifting snow and snow ploughs have created huge 6ft ridges behind which are parked cars in igloo like humps. Glad I parked on the left hand side to avoid that conundrum 😉
Still, there is a good two feet plus on the path and pavement, so shovelling it all will be the highest priority today.
Wherever you all are in the world, stay warm and dry. I’ll leave you with an old post on the ipilimumab data to contemplate some thoughts, since this will be a hot topic of discussion in January with the FDA ODAC meeting scheduled for the beginning of Feb.
It will also soon be time for the annual year in review for 2010 and predictions for 2011 posts coming up. What were your big events in cancer this year? Do let me know if you have any predictions for next year in the comments below.