it's coming down, they say about 9 inches after all is said and done. dh is at work plowing the roads, got called in at 5a and we won't see him all day....and i need my lexapro. i ran out yesterday and am afraid to drive in the snow. the other day i got blinded by the sun and ran over a curb and put a bulge in the tire which means it could blow anyday so i am afraid to drive it. i think i will just pile on my winter gear and walk there, yuck, but i don't want to go into withdrawls.
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