We left too late in the day that by the time we secured our purchaes at Target, it had already started snowing again. The grocery store was equally chaotic, with hundreds of people stretched from the registers down into the aisles. We left the store empty handed and bought our essentials from our corner 7-11: pizza, cereal and mike’s hard lemonade.
The snow is piling up outside fast. I’m pecking this entry out on my phone since I’ve already unplugged my computer. It’s quiet but warm in this house, the only sounds are of the heater and my son, pleading for his father to practice the alphabet with him.
How is the world where you are? Are you hunkering down for the night? I had to check with my husband if “hunkering” was a real word or just something I misheard and repeated anyway, which is how I found out that I had never had a “worldwind” time but a “whirlwind” one. The more you know!