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Wednesday, February 12, 2014


We don't get snow here very often in Northeastern Georgia. I've lived here for 5 years and we've seen snow twice, maybe three times.

Snow is scary when you don't have shovels, scrapers, salt, sand, or plows.

Panic sets in and this is what happens...

 (photos courtesy of Austina Jordan)
and then there was one...

don't worry there are still bagels...

want a broken egg?

Meanwhile, while the world is ending, I'm doing laundry, the bathrooms are clean, and dinner is in the crockpot.

My only problems now are what am I going to do with my kids who have no school FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK and what will I do if the power goes out and I can't watch the Olympics?




  1. I live in Charleston and I expected it to be like that, but Publix had tons of bread tonight! I don't drink milk, but I think they had that too. You are right though- things go crazy when it snows or there is ice down south.

  2. Woahhh!!! :) That's crazy. People there panic when there's snow.
    People here are so used to snowmaggedon. They're still out normal to see cars spinning in the highway. YIKEs!