8:30 a.m. The girl and I began to wake up. We fall back asleep and wake up closer to 10:00 a.m. The girl trusts my judgment and decides that it’s best that she gets the car I found so she doesn’t have to spend all the money on Zip Car. She is like many Americans who lives beyond her means, if she continues to go in this direction she and I could be homeless together.
11:30 a.m. The snow has continued to fall. I don’t want Felipe to sell that vehicle to somebody else cuz it’s a good deal. I message Felipe on messenger, and we scheduled to meet around 2:30 p.m.
1:15 p.m. p.m. My girlfriend and I go outside, we’ve been looking out the window, it’s still snowing, the snow is a lot worse than I had expected. I cleaned my car off and she and I started driving towards the Honda pilot to meet Felipe and make the purchase. I’m not even a mile down the road when I realize it makes no sense to drive in this terrible weather. I message Felipe back and let him know that I will not be able to make it today to buy the Honda pilot. We rescheduled for tomorrow.
1:45 p.m. My girlfriend and I spend the rest of the day in the house together. Like many other Massachusettians, we are snowed in. We spend the day together and enjoy each other’s company. It’s the best we can do considering the situation. I spent the day worrying about my camps.
6:00 p.m. My girlfriend agrees to walk out to my camps and spend the night out in the woods with me surrounded by snow. I really wanted to make sure that the camps were all right. I had faith that the smaller camp would deflect the snow.
6:40 p.m. I parked my car near The woods. My girlfriend and I walked out into a beautiful well lit night with snow glistening on the ground. First we walked to the mega camp. The mega camp was completely crushed and destroyed by the snow. Next we walked over to the smaller camp, and I was sad to see that it was crushed as well. I learned a valuable lesson that night. I had a backpack full blankets, because my girlfriend and I wanted to sleep in the big camp. It was super heavy, and instead of bringing it back I just left it under the tarp of the crushed smaller camp. As we walked out of the woods it began to snow again. My girlfriend and I hiked back to our vehicles and had to drive back to her apartment spend the night.