Monday, February 25, 2013

Snow and Groceries

Last week we were prepared for the snow. I buy groceries once a week and had just gone on Monday.  The snow hit and we were prepared.

Sunday we were able to get out, go to church, and go to the grocery store and restock - for the storm that just started again!!

But - to get my pantry restocked - we had to fight crowds! The stores were full. More than at Christmas. It was amazing. But everyone was polite, no frenzy!

I heard from my brother-in-law Vince and his beautiful wife Debra later on Sunday. She, too, had made her trip to the store. (they live in OKC) Their storm was scheduled to hit today. Her store was busy like ours.

B.U.T. the customers were singing along with the piped in music!!! HOW FUN IS THAT???? It's like living in your own musical!!!

Anyway I said all of that to say this:

I wanna shop in Deb's store!!!!!



1 comment:

  1. Yep, we are joining you for this storm. The snow got to my farm at twelve noon and is blowing sideways, as usual, from north to south. I always have plenty of food in the pantry since it is thirty minutes to any grocery store. I didn't have to stock up. I am watching it snow and reading a book called The Tenderness of Wolves, a story about a murder mystery set in the snowy Canadian plains in a winter in the early 1800s. Perfect for a snowy day here on our own plains. I can't seem to get warm enough. Ha!