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Snow Blizzard 2010 and Mental Health

By Therese J. Borchard
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Snow Blizzard 2010 and Mental HealthI’M GOING CRAZY.

Ahem.

Okay, here’s the deal. Annapolis was hit with 30 inches of snow last Friday and Saturday. Annapolis owns three snowplows. Most roads have at least six inches of ice. Ours do. And if you’ve ever witnessed the way I drive, you would agree that I shouldn’t be on the road.

Moreover, our cars won’t be moving from our icy driveway anytime soon because… we’re supposed to get another 10 to 20 inches tonight. Schools have been canceled all week, of course, and schools are canceled next week (Monday through Wednesday) for some other lame reason.

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Snow Blizzard 2010 and Mental Health

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  1. First, I was depressed and a little angry. I don’t know at, may be God. Then when I knew the weather is not getting any better, I start writing and getting excited about it. It is as if I am ignoring the weather.

  2. While health is wealth most of our people no good health and it is the reality that they have no wealth to keep health well. To keep good health we also need wealth. Health is wealth? Not always that!

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