When you hope or plan for a Snow Day, the best you can get is “met expectations.” The worst is “deeply disappointed.”
But when you don’t hope or plan for a Snow Day, the worst you can get is “met expectations.” The best is, “unexpectedly delighted.”
If you’re near me when winter weather is rolling in, you’ll hear me say in no uncertain terms that it will miss us. No chance of a snow day. I truly believe what I’m saying, but I also want to reinforce the idea of not hoping for, planning on, or predicting a Snow Day.
Relatedly, there will not be a Snow Day tomorrow in my district. Count on it.