Well in typical Georgia fashion, even the slightest prediction of snow will cancel school regardless of whether a flake actually makes it to the ground. This will then spawn the ultimate chaos, on the roads, in the grocery store, with 24 hour breaking news coverage (that usually has some sort of name like “Ice Rage 2010 or Sleet Madness ’10”), and ultimately, at my house. See a snow day where it isn’t actually snowing isn’t anything to celebrate at all. Because we won’t be snuggling up and drinking hot cocoa and giggling and making snow angels. Nooooo, we will be fighting, and I will be yelling, just like any other day when there’s no school. Fighting and yelling over everything. Toys, TV shows, dog duty, blankets, morning activities, snacks, lunch, more snacks…all while trying to finish work from day before. Nothing’s off limits on a ‘no snow snow day.’
I know, I know. I should relish these times. Soak in my children’s youth and adorableness. Well I’ll remember that later. But for now I’m not so psyched. Because lately, let’s just call a spade a spade. They’re a royal pain the butt and I’ve had it.
But cooking with them is an option so we’ll get to work seeing what we can concoct without even attempting to go to the store. Because the last thing I want to do is fight with some woman over a loaf of bread that I’ll never eat but feel like I have to buy.
Yeah, looks like it’s gonna be another crock of something. Just like this no snow snow day is a crock of something. I’ll just surrender and do it. Top it off with some chocolate chip cookies. Who knows when we’ll have this moment again.
*This is also a really easy party dish of nachos if you put the chili on top of a huge pile of tortilla chips and top with cheese then bake for 5-10 minutes until cheese melts.