Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Re-defining . . .

"White Coat" Hypertension: A seasonal disorder associated with a sudden rise in blood pressure, usually occurring at bedtime, triggered by the need to calculate the number of cubic yards of snow you'll have to shovel in the morning.

Get my drift?

Anatomy of a snow fall -- one flake at a time . . .

2 comments:

Joanne said...

Haha love this. I usually get the OTHER type of white coat syndrome. But this totally works too.

La Liz said...

Oh, I get the OTHER kind all right; usually after I've sprinted the last six blocks (in heels) to be on time for a doctor's appointment.