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Monday, April 3
Coming live to you from my kitchen floor

Internet, I need some help making a decision: what goes better with severe weather? Merlot, Zinfandel, or, chips and salsa? My turn on watch, we moved everyone downstairs to the den (although, I think we have escaped the worst in our area). The dogs and I are literally camped out on the kitchen floor in front of the TV and I have watched more radar than any one person should.

12:58 AM | Comments (8) |


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I would think that merlot goes nicely with any kind of weather...better late than never, right?

Posted by: Mia | April 3, 2006 5:32 AM

Hi. Sorry about the bad weather- glad you are all safe!
Hugs, country mom

Posted by: countrymom | April 3, 2006 5:54 AM

Go with the chips and salsa, especially since I don't know what the other is.

Posted by: VJ | April 3, 2006 6:31 AM

I have been sharpening my Radar, Sattelite and NOAA computer charts skills since they announced that a major hurricane was more likely to strike the mid-atlantic region this year than any time since 1938.

Defintely a good skill to have when ill weather is about.

Severe weather demans stronger stuff. I would try some Greygoose vodka or perhaps some nice Anejo Tequila.

Best of luck

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I say go with the Merlot AND the chips and salsa. Hey, where's the chocolate?

Posted by: Larisa | April 3, 2006 9:43 AM

By all means - don't forget to play the game!!! What's severe weather without it?

"We're hanging out playing the Weather Channel Drinking Game. Every time they say the following phrases, drink accordingly:

"outer bands"= 4 drinks
"storm surge"= 3 drinks
"eye wall" = 1 drink
"hunker down"= bonus points
"contra flow"=2 points"

Didn't that storm just stink on ice. I had to go out in it to watch for funnel clouds as our sirens were going off already. I haven't been pelted like that in a long time!