6 Stages of a Snowed In Seahawk

We’re in Wilmington, and it snowed! Three entire days last week were filled with nothing but cold, icy weather. Classes were out and everyone dealt with the weather in their own way.

Check out the stages of a snowed in Seahawk.

Stage One: Shock

In Wilmington, snow is something that almost never happens. Usually it’s sunny and in the 60’s, so when we heard about the snow, we naturally fell into a state of shock before running to the nearest window to see if it was true.

 

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Stage Two: Uncontrollable Happiness (for those of us who live in N.C.)

Once it finally set in that it was actually snowing outside, students rushed to the soccer fields to play in the powdery goodness.

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Stage Two: For Out-of-Staters

Yes, we know the northern students think this is ridiculous.

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Stage Three: Snow Selfies and FB posts

So, after everyone got bundled up and played in the snow, they took several photos and posted them to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc.

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And then the haters were like…

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Stage Four: PARTYY!

By the time we were cleaned up, inside and done posting our ridiculous photos, we found a lovely email in our inbox that read, “No class tomorrow,” and then everyone went crazy.

Initial reaction:

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And then...

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Frats were like…

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Gamers were like…

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And I was like...

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Stage Five: Must Sleep

Class was conveniently cancelled the next two days, so we recuperated with a lot of sleep.

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Stage Six: Okay, I’m bored.

So, by the time the third snow day happened, everyone was bored. Stuck in our rooms with nothing to do, but eat and sleep.

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