Tuesday, January 17, 2012

East Coast habbits die hard!

There is news of a big snow storm heading our way. Although I never believe our weather man, I always take it seriously. In the east coast, I would look at bread, milk, and toilet paper, and make sure I had plenty. You would go to the store and the shelves would be mostly bare of these items and would probably not refill themselves for days after the storm. So I did my checklist today.

Toilet paper-Check (probably enough for three months)
Milk-Running low

So I head to the store and what do I find, lots of milk. Then I remember that I do not need to stress over these things were I live. So funny that my old habits are still in place.

If this storm is anything like they are predicting, pictures will come soon.


Grandma & Pop-pop said...

The mountain passes in Washington were closed yesterday and the storm is headed here (Yakima, Selah area) too. The reports are wavering between 4 inches and 10 inches. We'll see what we get. Time to hunker down, get out the hot cocoa and enjoy staying IN!

I'm hankering for a few more pics of baby Riggins! On Sunday, in Selah, Bishop Farmer (Tyler's Dad) said a new baby boy had been born (along with the Farmery baby) who is being named Riggs. Maybe you started a trend.

Grandma Wood

Gayle said...

Its always better to be prepared then be without those important items that you listed.