Yes snow is in the forecast for NoAla....run, don't walk, to the store now and get that milk and bread. It happens every time a Southerner hears they might be snowed in for one or two days. Of course we need the milk to make snow cream and bread...well sandwiches are an easy fix if the power goes out. I am sure all of you who live north of the Mason Dixon line are LOLing right now. But here in the south, snow is a novelty and we all enjoy a good snow day. Because we have NO snow removal, the place pretty much shuts down until the warmer temps melt the snow. And yes, we hear the comments that Southeners do not know how to drive on the snow. When we are watching a snow event up north on the tv news, I always tell Marvin, "Look, those touristy southerners are off the road because they do not know how to drive on snow." And for everyone's sake, it is better to stay home if you do not have to be out. When I was a nurse, if we could not get to the hospital, they would send an ambulance for us to ride in on. The few times it happened to me, Marvin was able to get me there. Must be those Minnesota genes he has thanks to his daddy.
While Snow is not my favorite weather event, I do like to decorate with cute snow men.
I also have a winter vignette in the guest bathroom. I will show it tomorrow. I have lots of candles around the house too. They just seem to make these winter days much more cozy!
And last but not least, I enjoyed reading all your "soap" comments. It appears that many of us had a love for Dark Shadows!! Those were the days.