That photo shows what last Saturday morning looked like here. I know it’s nothing compared to what New England got hit with this weekend, but this is Kentucky. For us, that’s plenty enough snow.
You’ll notice that this photo was taken from the passenger side of the car. I had Jim drive me to the store, because I hate driving on snow.
Jim doesn’t go grocery shopping very often and it’s usually interesting when he does. This time, he took some lady’s cart while we were in the freezer section. He wheeled it part way down the aisle before she tracked him down. He said every time we passed her in the aisles after that, she would hold tight to the handle of her cart and look straight ahead. I guess she thought he was a real cart thief!
The few times Jim has done the grocery shopping by himself was when I was sick or out of town. He prints off one of the Weekly Meal Plan grocery lists and hits the store. I’ve even sent our oldest son grocery shopping with a Weekly Meal Plan list. The shopping list makes it easy for them to get everything we need.
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