The First Great Snowfail of the Decade

As my friend John Carney of the Shelbyville Gazette said on facebook this morning,

In southern Middle Tennessee, predictions of large snowfall amounts are the surest protection against large snowfall amounts.

Before I give you photos documenting the first great snowfail of the decade, please allow me to address the question people ask, “Why does everyone stock up on toilet paper when snow is coming?”  It’s because no one wants to be caught without it… I mean, gross… right?  And milk?  And eggs?  And bread?  And cheese?  Maybe it’s for the same reason people fill their refrigerators when the parents come to visit – it provides a sense of comfort knowing you’re well prepared.

So here are my snow day pictures.

I truly hope to update the photos later with maybe a snowflake or three.

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