Our first snow of the winter!
I used to love snow. It was pretty and fun to play in and sometimes, I got the day off from school! Now I am not such a fan. Back then, I didn’t have to deal with the roads or shoveling or, well, shoveling is the worst part.
One winter, when I was a little kid, the house next to my grandmother’s (where I live now) was used as a mental hospital of sorts. A psychiatrist had her patients in the mansion next to my house. One of the patients got a knife and stabbed another. The injured man ran to our house and rang the bell. I am not sure what happened then. What I do know is that I was not allowed outside and when we left the house I had to go out the back and walk to Bennett Lane to leave because it had snowed and the snow in front of the house was bloody from the stabbing next door.
I didn’t know about any of this then. Judy, my grandmother told me about it all much, much later.
The Internet’s a crazy place…
I was looking for info on the house next to mine when I found this. My mom was in the Peace Corps back in the early 1960s. I had never seen this before today. Crazy!
Got plans for tonight?
If you are on Long Island and ready to have some fun, you won’t want to miss this show.
Tonight, January 8 at 9:00 pm (doors open at 8:00), Round Two Pub in Ronkonkoma!