COVENTRY, Conn. (WTNH) – (WTNH) -- Tolland County seems to have gotten the brunt of this storm. Places like Staffordville and Coventry saw 20-inches of snow but one private contractor who hasn't slept for a long time isn't complaining about it.
We remain in the depths of winter's slumber. Time drags on during this frozen peace.
"This is live right here, this is live folks, Coventry, Connecticut," said Jeremy Tomaszewsky, Star Farms Landscaping.
Tomaszewsky is like a triple shot of espresso. The man has energy during a snowstorm. He lives off this stuff, thrives from this stuff, loves this stuff, learned about the value of this stuff as a child with a snow-shovel.
"I started making 30 a driveway, 35 a driveway, started doing the math, and after 10, 15 driveways after a snowstorm, makin' a 1000 bucks," said Tomaszewsky.
Coventry had it's share of problems like everyone else with this storm but Jeremy has had none. In fact, he's having fun.
"When you are young and ambitious, you know, they talk about the American dream and if you want a job and work then you can do it, you just gotta wanna do it," said Tomaszewsky.
You want peace? Watch the snow fall from a fireplace but Jeremy's winter work motto is "get it while it's white." There will be time for slumber later.
"Straight pure adrenalin. When they talk about money falling from the sky, it's a motivator, you know," said Tomaszewsky.