Are you prepared for the monster ice storm this weekend? The weather people have been talking about it all week. In this neck of the woods, everyone is very matter of fact. This is what we think it will be, but could change because of this jetstream and they assume you will know what to do, whatever the elements bring. In our Ohio city, the weather people got all excited and urgently warned us to wear hats and gloves, dress kids warmly, drive carefully on the streets salted by “road warriors” (five minute story on them following), buy groceries and prepare for the apocolypse, but don’t worry about shoveling sidewalks because there aren’t enough people to enforce the law (!). Hope you are warm, dry and safe whatever your weather folks are saying! Thanks for stopping by to share your posts.
Featured this week are 4 projects, 4 great ideas and 2 very different yummy chili recipes to keep you warm! The It Mom – 7 ideas to organize and maintain your messiest room The Dogvills — How to Make a DIY First Aid Kit for Dogs Lydi Out Loud — DIY Metallic Rope Throw Basket Miz Helen’s Country Cottage — Slow Cooker Cincinnati Chili Suzy’s Artsy Crafty Sit Com — How to Make a Compression Quilt Hanger for less than $20 Trial and Error Home Ec — Cutting Kids’ Hair Rockabye Parents — Caring for a Sick Baby Overstuffed Life — The Laundry Hack that will saves time and sanity
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