At least it appears that way when you go to Walmart and all of the bread, milk, and eggs are gone. It can only mean one thing.
Storm's a commin.
It's the snowpocaplyse everyone!!!!
Or as our local social meteorologist Bobby Clubbs says: #abonimation. (He's a teacher here in southeast Missouri and runs this Facebook page - it's hilarious!)
Almost everyone is freaking out. I wasn't joking when I said Walmart was running out of bread, eggs, and milk. Whenever there might be snow, everyone panics. This video is basically how everyone reacts:
A friend of mine showed that to me a few months ago, and we watched it about five times in a row and it got better each time. Because this is so true!
As for me? I'm excited. They're calling for at least 12 inches of snow starting tonight/this afternoon. In my Chicago/pessimistic mind... we'll probably get 2 inches. Maybe.
However, I'm really hopeful for a full 12. I realize I'm probably crazy and this is the unpopular opinion. Yet, I'm ready for a good snow day.
All I want to do is put on some warm sweatpants, curl up on the couch with Bandit, coffee, and hot chocolate, and watch Christmas movies all weekend long. It's a good thing White Christmas is on Netflix because you know I'll be all over that.
While I'm fully aware that snow and being cold really has nothing to do with Christmas and the birth of Jesus, I still always want a white Christmas. My first Christmas Eve in Missouri, it was foggy and I wore a sweatshirt outside. It was pathetic.
So, yes, I'm hoping for a big ol' snow storm. Bring it on! I want to be as cozy and happy and full of old fashioned cheese as Kurt and Blaine in this Glee video:
Also, if you haven't donated for Christian's wheelchair accessible van, you still can! Just click this link: https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/79c3/christianhannahshandicapvanfund