Sunday, January 30, 2011

Just Give Me Chips And Salsa

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I am having a massive brain drain today. I didn't get much sleep last night and have been busy at church, all day. What happened to the times when I could stay up late at night and actually function the next day? Long gone, let me tell you.

Currently, I am not able to put two coherent sentences together, and yet here I sit on my bed just typing away!  I've written a couple of sentences and had about 50 typos. I went back and read what I had typed and thought to myself, "What is this? A foreign language?" So, in case I miss any of my typos please overlook them. It's difficult to type when one's eyes are beginning to cross and focusing becomes near impossible.

So, here in Ohio we are to be getting a big snow/ice/sleet storm this Tuesday and Wednesday. I've been keeping track of it, considering I am a weather geek and all. This means only one thing.

I MUST GO TO THE GROCERY STORE. I needed to go anyway but have been sort of putting it off.  Now, faced with a HUMONGOUS winter storm and possible stir craziness from being stuck inside for days at a time, I MUST  go shopping  tomorrow. Me and everyone else on God's green earth. I hate shopping anyway...much less when every Tom, Dick, and Harry is out buying bread and milk. That has always cracked me up. People hear a storm is coming and run to get milk, bread and eggs. If one is stuck inside, how much can be made with milk, bread, and eggs? I on the other hand get REAL survival food. Hot chocolate mix, baking goods, and pizza. I mean come on, that is so much better if you've got nothing better to do than sit around and look outside the window at the blizzard. By the way, if the electricity goes out, one can still eat chips and salsa by candlelight. Just sayin'.




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  2. I envy you having snow! We don't get a lot in North Carolina! We've only had one good storm this winter--the day after Christmas!

  3. Leona,
    I lived in east TN. for 22 years, before moving to Ohio. I always wanted snow. The year after I moved, they've gotten more snow than I had seen when I was there. So not fair:)
    We are just hoping the ice doesn't cause the electricity to go out. That is a pain.
    This has been one crazy winter:)