They are calling for snow tomorrow...1-3 inches of snow, which is equal to blizzard conditions to Nashvillians. The temperature is not supposed to get above freezing, so if it does snow, I'm staying home. One does not drive on ice, it is called sliding, and there's nothing you can do but say a prayer and hope for the very best.
I'm just not fooling with Mother Nature, the Cold Miser or Snow Bird this time.
Oh sure, I've done the drive to work in the snow before, and found myself often the only employee that showed up, and then twiddled my thumbs until quittin' time.
Snow Bird is rather accurate y'all, oh and friendly.
If I am off I won't waste away on the couch, oh no not me, not when there are the ingredients in my kitchen to make bread.
Isn't it lovely? I haven't made it in a while, but I do have a dead simple recipe for bread, which I have previously posted on this site. Time to make this again. I think this would be wonderful as a grilled cheese sandwich, the Italian kind of course, with fresh mozzarella sandwiched between the slices, then tossed in a pan with some olive oil.
Can't you just smell how wonderful the house will be when this comes out of the oven? I imagine Heaven smells like baked bread.
So bring on the snow.