Wow we have gotten so snow again. We have gotten more snoe in the past month or two than we have had since "the great blizzaed of 1993" where we got 2 feet of snow. I know most northern people are thinking, "what are they so frantic about thats not alot." However, here in Dalton Ga snow is almost unheard of. Up until this most recent snow the last real snow we had was in 1993, 17 years ago. Right now here at my house we have about 3-4 inches laying on the ground. Its so pretty. I took pictures but I can't get them to upload. I went to the grocery store last night, just cause it was time for me to go, and I could not find any milk or bread. So I asked myself "why does everyone always buy milk, eggs and bread?" I can understand the bread, but if my power goes out I don't want anything i'm gonna have to worry about going bad. I want things like peanut butter, ravioli, soup, etc..... Doesn't it make more sense to have things you don't ave to worry about when your power goes out.
The people here in Dalton are so not used to snow that anytime the news says we MIGHT have snow flurries everyone runs out and gets what? milk, eggs, and bread. I have enjoyed having it, but now I am ready for spring. Its to cold for my blood.