I worked on an editing job. I want to read over it one more time, but I think it's in pretty good shape.
It started snowing before 10:00 a.m. We're supposed to get 6"-12" of snow.
We finalized plans for going to Florida. It should be a nice change. We're taking the flight that leaves in mid-afternoon. We should be able to get to the airport in plenty of time, weather and traffic permitting.
Later: I called P. at 3:45 p.m. She takes the bus to work. She'd made it to the grocery store okay in the morning. (She usually works 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.) P. and the other people who take the bus left the store at 1:00 p.m., because the buses were going to stop running. P. said that the library was closed, and the mall was closing at 3:00 p.m. She stood in the cold waiting for the bus, and she hadn't worn her boots. P. said the wind blew snow up from the ground and into her face. P. said she'd gotten home at 3:00 p.m., and that her feet were still cold. She wasn't too sure about going to work tomorrow. It sounded like today had been a brutal travel day for her.
I texted J.-PA to see if she'd made it to work. She works at another grocery store in the same chain as the one where P. works. We texted a little. I asked her to let me know when she got home. She did. I was relieved to hear she'd gotten home safe.
I talked to S.M. for a little while. She'd been outside several times, to her bird feeder and driveway. S.M. asked some neighborhood boys if they could shovel her driveway. She left a message, so hopefully they got the message and will do it tomorrow.
Later than that: Mom and I were bored and restless by the evening. Although my life is not generally exciting, at least I usually go out to the grocery store. I said I could play songs from the Glee jukeboxes on the DVDs. I've played some for Mom before. I have the Glee Encore DVD, which has songs from the first season. I played "Don't Stop Believin'," and Mom started to ask about context. We ended up watching the first two episodes of Glee. I was surprised that Mom was actually watching it, but it kept her entertained.