How can you tell there is a storm coming? Try to find a loaf of bread or gallon of milk at your local grocery store.
I shot that picture with my cell phone last night at our local store. Were I to engage in what passes for reporting in the MSM I could make the claim that the whole store was just as decimated. It wasn’t. The bread isle shown in the picture had been pretty well picked clean and the 1% and 2% milk were gone, but the rest of the store looked pretty much like any average Thursday evening. Even in the milk isle there was plenty of whole milk and skim if that’s what you were looking for. We usually use 1%, but we can easily substitute whole and not be any worse for the ware. Mum and I decided to do our normal Saturday morning shopping last night to get it out of the way just in case “Nemo” actually lived up to the hype the media’s been giving it over the past couple of days.
As for the storm itself? It’s been snowing here at the HerrBGone Homestead V2.0 for several hours. My work made what in my estimation was the correct decision yesterday and closed the office for the storm. I’ve had my second cup of tea and once this is posted I’ll go fix myself a couple of hotdogs for lunch. After that I’ll see if there is enough global warming in the driveway to necessitate my giving it a quick pass with the snow blower.
Other than that, so far it’s been a pleasant day off. I hope things are going as well for you whether Nemo’s found you or not.