A NYPost article titled Stories from the blizzard details people's experiences during the snowstorm in New York.
She got stuck at Kennedy Airport. The airline flew her luggage to London without her. She was trapped on the subway for seven excruciating hours, and she hasn’t had a decent meal in days.
Other than that, Doris Logie, how was your trip to New York?
“It was lovely,” said Logie, who has been trying to return to Scotland with her daughter, Alex, since Sunday. “We had a wonderful Christmas, but I’ll never come back at this time of the year.”
...Everyone knows something wasn’t kosher about the blizzard clean-up, and Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa thinks he knows why — “gentile” salt.
“Kosher salt has always done miracles in New York City snowstorms,” Sliwa quipped. “Normally, when you have a big storm and you crunch in salt, your shoes get white. It’s not happening this time. There’s no crunching going on.”
For those of you who have experienced distress while traveling, reading Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis's Rising Above Aggravation will perhaps help you gain a better perspective.