Talking Points

What's your favorite way to spend a snow day?

By Amy Mulvihill - January 2016

Talking Points: January 2016

What's your favorite way to spend a snow day?

By Amy Mulvihill - January 2016


Mindy Sue Bush, community sales manager, Bozzuto Homes: When I can stay home in my jammies, snuggle on the couch, and just sit and watch the beauty of the snow falling.

Jennifer Jean-Pierre, editor in chief, Comme Coco lifestyle blog: With hot cider and rum, making s’mores in the fireplace, and watching ’90s sitcoms all day long!

Kimberly Hart, owner, BMoreMusical: Baking and trying out some new cookie recipes! The more creative, the better!

Linda McNeeley, sales and marketing: In Jamaica, LOL!

Emma Kaufman, artist: I get claustrophobic very quickly and usually end up putting on my snowpants, walking round the neighborhood, and chatting to neighbors. It's a great time to catch up on all the local gossip! By the third snow day, all the moms are wringing their hands and hoping school will open back up soon.

Joseph Di Seta, database analyst: Still sledding down a Patterson Park hill, but now with my children.

Martin Leslie, life coach: Two words: Ale Mary's.





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