If you have been around the Washington DC area long enough, you will know that whenever there is a single snowflake forecasted to fall on the ground, there is run at the grocery store for critical items such as:
I have never understood the critical need for milk, bread and toilet paper during a snowstorm.
Whenever I hear that snowflakes are going to fall, I make sure that this is my Snow Storm Survival Kit:
Movies, red wine, great cooking recipes and my favorite t-shirt!
What is in your snow survival kit?
That is classic! Thanks AJ!
Kathleen that is hysterical.
Glad y’all are having a little fun…sounds like DC’s going to get blasted again – no fun for a commute this afternoon! 🙂 We’re only expecting a dusting here in NC.
Thanks! Every now and then I get inspired and this is something that has plagued me for the eons that I have live in DC. What is the deal with milk, bread and TP? My husband has some rather interesting theories, which I will not share.
Enjoy the snow!
Your list works for me, Kathleen! I’ll be over!
Happy to have you! I love snow days! I have some placemats that I have to finish weaving. Can’t wait!
I always remember a Nov., 2004 article in the NY Times that highlighted Wal-Mart’s pre-hurricane predictions for sales, based on sales data from previous hurricanes. Trucks loaded with strawberry Pop Tarts and beer beat feet to Florida, in advance of hurricane Frances. I guess it’s an acquired taste; I like Kathleen’s supplies better!