Dad went off to the grocery store in the morning. I went there early in the afternoon, because there was some stuff I wanted that he hadn't gotten. It was busy. I stopped at another little grocery store to pick more food up. That store was busy, too. At least I got out of the house today. I doubt I'll go out of the house tonight or tomorrow morning. We're supposed to have a storm. If the electricity stays on, I have plenty of movies to watch, and I charged my e-readers. They should last me a while. I am charging my phone. Friday Night Friends was canceled. YMCA-P. left me a couple of messages to that effect, but I'd already gotten an e-mail and text from YMCA-K. It was sweet of YMCA-P. to make sure I knew, though.
I got a bunch of free books from the Nook Free Fridays books.
Later: I went out again to the grocery store to stock up on something I was low on. I got home before the snow started.
I called YMCA-P. and A.J. and said hi to them. YMCA-P. asked right away if I'd gotten his message. I told him I had. A.J. and her sister B. said they were stocked up and ready for the snow.
Later still: Mom and I watched the first episode of "Mercy Street," a show about a Civil War hospital in Alexandria, Virginia. It was a little gory for Mom. I'll probably keep watching.
According to the Storm Tracker app, it's supposed to snow all night and all day tomorrow.