Good morning friends. My friend Mike, who also happens to be our local weather guy, is forecasting at least 6" of snow starting tomorrow. What does that mean? Let the madness begin! Check out this video:
I do realize that this is a Dodge commercial, but did you notice how the crazy people reacted with the screaming and the clearing the shelves in the grocery store? Yep, that's pretty much how it happens here in Arkansas when people hear the word "snow". It doesn't matter if the forecast is just for flurries, people around here go completely bananas. NUTS! INSANE! CRAZY! The Kroger parking lot was literally completely filled up last night. So, wish me luck as I am heading out to get groceries this morning. I hope there is still some food left on the shelves.
Another thing about snow around here is that school is always out when it snows. Temperatures are not supposed to be above freezing until Saturday. What does that mean? Most likely, no school Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. That means I'll be home with the kids for five days. I know for some of y'all, that sounds like a wonderful thing. For me, it sounds like being locked up in the monkey cage at the zoo for 5 days - little monkeys running around swinging from the ceilings, switching the lights on and off just for fun, pulling food out of the already unorganized pantry, bickering back and forth and smack dab in the middle of the cage will be me, silently crying and rocking back and forth in the fetal position. Yep. Welcome to my life. I don't even want to think about what happens if we lose electricity. L without DVD's is NOT a pretty sight.
One final thing before I am off on my grocery buying expedition. Someday Crafts is having an awesome giveaway that y'all might be interested in. It's from My Vinyl Designer. This is a company run by SAHM's that. They make "affordable vector designs that can be downloaded instantly" and they are compatible with Cricut and Silhouette. Cool, huh? Check it out! It's $172 value. Um, yes please. Click here for more info.
Okay, y'all have a good day.