Atlanta is prepared for the new snow storm! This time they made it clear that they are ready. School is canceled since yesterday. News covers with the info about roads, hospital and emergency teams remained on standby. We are also prepared. From our side it means that everyone packed with food, no one plans to drive or go anywhere, and sleds for kids are bought. Kids are glued to windows waiting for snow to come, ignoring the huge homework packages that their thoughtful teachers sent by e-mail for kids to cover for a week of school absence.
A month before my friend and I had an idea Continue reading “SNOW STORM IN ATLANTA (again)”
Yesterday, after my class, a lady from my neighborhood who is nice enough to drive me home told me decisively and little bit nervously: “Let’s go to buy some food-who knows what would happen tomorrow!” I was surprised: “And what will happen tomorrow?”- I asked innocently. “Tomorrow we’ll have snow! You haven’t heard that yet?!!!”. “Snow,-I repeated quietly, looking through a car window on + 18 C streets. -“ Are you sure? And what? Do you want to buy a sled? “ She says: “What do you mean-and what? We’ll be stuck inside until the weather will warm up, nothing will work! We have to buy FOOD!!!”
Well, I decided not to tell her that Russians live the most of the year in snow, and it is not a big deal at all. I nodded and we went to the store. “Look at the people!”- she told me-“such a line!” -pointing at 5 women peacefully stayed in line. “ It’s good we came so early, you can’t even imagine what will happen after 5PM.” Again, I didn’t tell her that she can’t imagine how is a big line in the store looks like, but I nodded again. I followed her while she packed shopping bag with food items. And I grab a gallon of milk myself…
…That was yesterday. Today Continue reading “SNOW in Atlanta!!! Everyone panic!”