I'm hoping this bastard Nemo dumps as much as he can on us. Bring on the snow. I'll take my 3 year old out and build a snow fort. Seems like I'm the only one around here that is excited about this.
Yes, I bought milk yesterday but only because that is what my son drinks and we were out, haha.
I'm in Lowell, MA, and hoping we get hit like a mofo!
SW: TBD lbs / CW: TBD lbs / GW: 185 lbs
Already moved some snow up here at the top of Rhode Island. Prepping up here in the northeast for a storm, like this Nemo is learned from past storms, that people remember and tell stories to there grandchildren. So they will learn and know the importance of being prepped. How primal is that? The blizzard of "78" left 54" of snow in Woonsocket R. I. I hope we don't see that again. Happy shoveling!!!!
We should have a Grok Snow Fort Building Competition. If you build an igloo, snow fort, or other badass snow-thing after/during Nemo, post a photo.
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Weight does NOT equal health -- ditch the scale, don't be a slave to it!
You'll never see the light if you're in someone else's shadow, or said another way, life is like a dog sled team, if you're not the lead dog, the scenery never changes
Since when are they naming the winter storms?
I don't know whether it's due to the Primal lifestyle or the fact that I'm getting older, but lately people in general annoy me. Stocking up on gas and bread, simply because it will snow. .....
It amazes me how easy it is to manipulate the masses.
I have to confess that I bought milk yesterday - but in my defense, it is the only thing my almost 3 year old will drink, and we were almost out I think we're going to get about 2 feet here in my neighborhood (about 10 miles north of Boston). As long as I don't have to go anywhere, it's fine - though shoveling at the end of our street is complicated since there is nowhere to put the snow. I have recently found myself having a better attitude about things like the weather - will view my time shoveling as both heavy lifting and time outside getting fresh air. Also helps that my daughter will think it's fun - always get a better attitude / perspective when you're hanging with a child