Looking at all this beautiful but frigid white stuff makes me remember big storms from my childhood.
We lived about a 20 minute drive, on curvy roads from the closest town. So, instead of stocking up on the traditional milk and bread, we had to think about what would happen if we lost our electricity, which happened a lot. Candles, board games and food that can be heated on a heater were our staples.
Once We hooked a car battery up (no clue how we did this) but we had a light and could listen to the radio. One night we were listening to a call in show. A woman called in to request Hurt So Good. When the DJ asked if there was a story behind the request she said "Oh yes! I like to drink and then dance on my 3 legged table. Sometimes I fall off, when I do it hurts so good."
I just can't unlearn something like that. I really wanted to see what this 3 legged table dancing looking like. To everyone snowed in, and fighting cabin fever please don't try dancing on a 3 legged table. Or actually, just don't dance on a table.