Well not exactly but how about Paducah. I have my ticket, I am going. I am going with several other quilters. Rooms are lined up, the car is lined up and all I have to do is pack.
I have heard from my sister who lives in the north country. She is up to her tush in snow. Actually I think it is higher than that. She said that they had 5 ft drifts. And for us in the south, it is colddddd, very cold. We might even get snow. They are predicting between 1/2 and 1 inch of snow. It won't last long. It will melt off pretty fast. If there is snow on the ground, even if it is 1/2 inch in the morning, they will close school and they will close the bridges. Closing the bridges is probably a good idea. Even people in the north who are use to driving in the snow would have a problem with our bridges. And we will have snowmen on the news. They do enjoy the snow, I guess because it can be years and years before they have it again. Me, I am staying inside where it is toasty. I have made lots and lots of snowmen, so I will leave that to those that have not had much experience at that and I will enjoy looking at their snowmen and smile and remember when I made snowmen.