Sunday a winter storm of epic proportions surged through the state of Mississippi. All schools and businesses were closed as 6-8 inches of snow covered the north half of the state. You say that doesn't sound like much? In Mississippi it is. There is not a snow plow within a hundred miles and no one knows how to drive in that much snow. There was not a loaf of bread or gallon of milk to be found as every old lady in the state got behind the wheel and raced for the grocery store to stock up. You couldn't head down the street without getting hit by a sled or a 4-wheeler jumping across in front of you or an old lady sliding through an intersection at breakneck speed! The roads were a death trap! The snow has turned to ice and sludge today and we are back at work trying to survive these inhuman conditions.
Keesie, the white stuff on the ground is called snow