We've been informed of an interesting fact of life in the South which we've not experienced yet.
Apparently, the stores are crazy with the slightest mention of inclement weather in the fore cast. People head to the grocery stores in droves, filling the milk and bread aisles. We hear it's frantic. The shelves empty as bags of bread overfill in carts, and sometimes spill onto the floors. Folks, already having secured their booty, hang around and visit with other folks, some of whom they haven't seen since the last bread and milk extravaganza.
Community is a good thing. We were never created to do life alone. We all need to be supported and to be supportive, whether we realize it or not. If a
single snowflake in the forecast does that for people in the South, I hope there
continues to be runs on bread and milk for a long while, whether people actually consume it or not.