2022-11-18 - 9:30 p.m.
On other news it was fun that prior to completing the FAFSA for the college bound ( I hope) 20 yr old,
Good guess : )
Report was 4.5 feet were shoveled by one friend to get to the vents in his house where he has a generator and something else set up ( fridge maybe? supplemental hot water? Forget) to run . It needs venting to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning so today's task was to prepare just in case they get MORE snow and/or have loss of power.
It is rather amazing to see storms hit Buffalo simply as the contrast is amazing compared to other cities/states.
Folks don't all stay inside either. I mean when emergency declared most will- but that means off the roads, not off their feet! They will put on their boots and those things you attached to boots to walk in snow, or skis and folks gather and visit with neighbors as all are shoveling and snow blowing and a few local bars are intentionally prepared to stay open.
Instagram story by Essex Street Pub:
It got a few laughs, but it is in fact also true!
Its a unique place.
I think I heard Barcelona is the other city that happens.
At least the pressure regulator now being fixed. - 2022-11-21
Resource for parents /family with autistic young adults/teens - 2022-11-21
One kid told me applied to a college. It is on the West Coast. Can't make it easier? In a day drive? - 2022-11-21
Church on line this AM. Just chilling in my PJs in bed - 2022-11-20
YEAH My kids rocked getting their FAFSA forms completed! Set the record for earliest submission in our FAM EVER - 2022-11-19