I’m notorious for forgetting where I parked my car at Walmart. If you ever see someone wandering about in a parking lot, it’s probably me. And to make it worse, since Bob and I drive old cars, we don’t have that fancy fob that makes the car beep, honk, or otherwise send up a flare that says “over here, stupid!” So I just consider my wanderings as getting in a little more exercise before going home to put away the groceries…
I do have some vestige of pride, however, after walking around somewhat dazed pushing a cart with melting frozen corn. I would much rather identify my own vehicle BEFORE putting the key into the lock and realizing it doesn’t Continue reading “Where’d I park my car? (or, Adventures on Asphalt.)”
See the nice National Weather Service Map.
See the nice purple color covering a large section in the middle of the nice map. The purple crayon is the pretty one the nice people at the National Weather Service use for Ice Storm Warning.
However, many Midwestern-ers don’t consider that very nice. At all.
In fact, by last night, with roads still clear, many schools cancelled classes for today in anticipation of the pending storm—(of that you won’t hear me complaining, but that’s beside the point.) Also in preparation of potential power outages, frozen pipes, and downright scary road conditions, the local Walmart seemed a bit busier after work yesterday. I know this because I was there with the rest of my neighbors.
The big chain store was ready with a Continue reading “Another “Color Purple””