Southern Snow

11 Dec

I’m going to the doctor today to discuss what else could be wrong with me. I have a wierd mixture of hope and hopelessness. Deep down, I am so hopeful that there will be some other explanations but at the same time, I am terrified to get my hopes up again, in fear of being let down again.

JJ and I are going to one of the those drive through Christmas light displays tonight. I am so excited! I love looking at Christmas lights. I think we are going to let Little P come with us because she loves “bye-byes.” We actually have a small chance of snow tonight so that will be so pretty!

It’s so funny to see everyone panic here in Alabama at just the mention of snow. Everyone will rush to the grocery store to stock up on milk and bread. Seriously, who thinks that milk and bread are the best things to buy in an emergency situation? They are both things that don’t exactly last very long. Why not stock up on water or canned foods? Or maybe just not freak out because does anyone really think they are going to get snowed in here in Alabama??? And if it does snow, everything will close. When I lived in Chicago, you could get 6 feet of snow and no one would even hesitate. Here, if we get a light dusting, everyone freaks out!! And don’t even get me started on the how people drive in the snow…

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2 Responses to “Southern Snow”

  1. Jenn @ thatpsychofamily.com December 11, 2008 at 4:58 pm #

    I hope that you get some answers. We took the boys to the local drive through displays this weekend – they LOVED it!

  2. Sam December 12, 2008 at 8:39 pm #

    ha ha – we’re the same over in the southern reaches of the UK – if it gets just a bit icy or snowy we get weather warnings and people start to panic!! We just don’t know what to do with ourselves!!

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