For our 15th snow day of 2014 we chose to not be angry.
Some of us did not panic because our schedule was disrupted (again).
We did not bulk as our 84th inch of snow fell out of the sky, and the temperature dipped below zero (again).
We took ourselves out to see the ice floes on Lake Erie,
and checked out the cool phenomenon known as blue ice, which is common in arctic glaciers, but rather rare in the great lakes region (and is rather hard to photograph in broad daylight).
And we decided that inch 84 wasn't so bad after all.