So last week they were calling for the snowpocalypse here in Charlotte. They were saying 8-11 inches of snow. 8-11 inches of snow would have probably shut down the city for a week. Luckily, the weathermen were wrong per usual and we only got a little bit, most of which melted in a couple of hours. However, just to be safe, I decided to go to the grocery store to stock up on all of my necessities.
Salad, wine, coffee, and Reese's cups are all that you need, right? I am pretty sure those four things are the "emergency situation" staples. Luckily, I am allergic to bread and don't really drink milk- those things were long gone by the time I got to the store.
Ironically, the "snowpocalypse" event melted by morning, but earlier in the week, the "slight chance of flurries" that we had turned into this:
Don't worry. We were at a dead stop in the road because people were scared to drive on the snow and there were 8 million wrecks. And yes, that is a school bus. Gotta love winter in the South.
Anyway, then we spent the weekend working on wedding planning (or "wedding crap" as I affectionately refer to it). It is amazing how much planning you can do without really getting anywhere. I think all we really got done this weekend was halfway stuffing the invitation envelopes and deciding on how to do our seating arrangement. Oh, and coming up with stuff to put on the programs. Good times.
And then last night I watched the Bachelor. It was that special episode where they get all the girls together and put them in a room and they all scream at one another. I am sort of sad that he dumped Britt. She seems really sweet and genuine compared to the other girls, and somehow all of her makeup stays on even when she cries. It's impressive. Most of us get that sniffly red-eyed scrunchy-face thing going on, but not her.
She also looks a little bit like a baby deer. Darn her and those perfect looks. Chris is totally losing this "Bachelor" game. He got rid of miss perfect and then dumped the playboy model. What is wrong with him??!
Okay, on that note, I guess that's all I've got. Time to go do nothing for a while.