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Getting ready for the storm and the pain that comes with it

Friday, February 08, 2013

Okay it actually started to snow before they said and it's really coming down good right now and the way I'm feeling I think this is going to be all they say and more. I'm in severe pain had hubby get all my meds and my sons for the storm, filling the tub now and a few buckets just in case, have our milk and bread us New Englander's know that's the first thing you buy hahahaha we go running out for milk and bread even if we don't drink milk hahaha
I filled about a dozen and a half bottles of water and put them in the freezer so if we lose power that will help keep things still cold.
I'm hoping we don't lose power (god please don't let us lose power) we have the batteries, shovels , snow blower, salt and I'm thinking of making a pot of whole wheat spaghetti in case we lose power that's still good to eat cold we also have burgers we can cook on the grille outside and yes we love to cook year round so no problem there.
No school today thank god as we're dealing with a bullying issue and was contacted yesterday by the vice principal after a boy threatened my son yesterday at lunch because some girl has been swearing at my son , stomping on his feet (left a print on his work boot) and is telling some boy that my son is stomping on her feet and went to the guidance counselor on her. (the girls are worse then the boys , they know a boy can't hit them so they are the mouths of the school all because she heard my son has lyme disease she's been a real b$tch about it , her and her friend).
I'm stressed enough don't need this crap and I told the vice principal if something happens to my son watch out!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hubby has no work tonight they canceled it thank god! so we'll all be here together through the storm.
I hope all my New England spark buddy's stay safe! well all my buddy's for that matter and keep warm see you when it's over!
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MELMOMOF4 2/9/2013 12:13AM

    emoticon stay warm. and stay safe. im sorry to hear about your son being bullied. I too have delt with the bullying issues with my son. I hope it gets worked out for you and your son

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CINDYSDAY 2/8/2013 3:42PM

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MAGGIE101857 2/8/2013 3:36PM

    Stay safe and enjoy the family time! Sounds like you are as prepared as you can be (other than a generator!) . I learned very quickly about generators in FL and now won't be without one, no matter where I live!

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LEPETITCHIHUA 2/8/2013 3:02PM

    We already have a death on the roads today, so sad a young 23 year old girl.. Stay off the roads if you can!

Pat Quebec

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HISOWN1 2/8/2013 2:38PM

    WE New Englanders are tough and we can get through this

Be careful

I too got all the milk and bread and other things, arranged how we parked our cars and I have 4 able bodies to help shovel snow - NOW to keep my 87 year old (my Dad) from shoveling is another challenge!

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SUECHRIS50 2/8/2013 2:34PM

    Oh wow!That storm sounds scary on tv!I learned early on growing up in Missouri those blizzards are nothing to laugh at.Thank god for wood heating stoves.We lost power alot.Kansas was as bad and we spent alot of time in blackouts.Bravo for the wheat spaghetti!I started eating it way back and learned to really love it.You are definitely right about girls being bullies.I was a victim until I went ape sh*t crazy on her.I was sent to the principal.Mom said they made that movie Christmas Story about me.I was Ralphie!I was most scared my pop's would wail on me but,he was proud I finally stood up.I hope your pain will take it easy on ya hon!! emoticon susan

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ARCHIMEDESII 2/8/2013 2:01PM

    I went to the grocery store this morning more out of curiosity than need. Was wondering if the shelves would be bare and some were. Bread, eggs, cheese and yogurt were all popular. Looked like everyone bought lots of frozen pizza too ! LOL !

I have oatmeal, bread, butter, peanut butter, soup, chocolate, etc... I'm all set. teehee.

I've been through storms like this before. I do feel bad for the elderly. I hope people check in on their elderly neighbors to make sure they are okay. they've been talking about the blizzard of 78 on the news since this is the 35th anniversary. I have fond memories of that blizzard. I loved being able to walk up and down Mass ave with no cars on the road.

Really, Al Roker is in town ? Must be a really big storm then. LOL !!

Nah, no worries ! Stay safe !!

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GOOSIEMOON 2/8/2013 12:51PM

    Stay safe!

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LATTELEE 2/8/2013 12:50PM

  Wow!

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