Well, our un-snow event is over. According to Accuweather, in my neck of the woods we received 3.7 inches... before the rain began. Occasionally, I'd wander front and look out the store windows and, despite predictions, it never fell at an inch and hour, in fact, it took over 9 hours to get those few inches. And then it turned to rain. In fact, it's raining now. The temps outside are in the mid 30s (F), which means constant melting.
There were long stretches of time yesterday when the only people in the store were employees. In spite of this, I did manage to get a flooring measure and sell some blinds, though those 2 things happened right after I punched in. When I punched out, customers were beginning to walk through the doors because the un-snow event had turned to a rain event.
I watched Maestro last evening, the bio-pic with Bradley Cooper playing Leonard Bernstein. It was okay. The first half is in black and white, the second half in color. For me, there were 3 highlights, when they used the music from On the Town, West Side Story, and Candide. The rest of the film was... meh. Carey Mulligan was very good as Bernstein's wife. If Bernstein was anything like the way he is portrayed by Cooper, I would have gone to great lengths to avoid him.