When we receive snow (or it is even mentioned) in Arkansas, people go crazy. They buy all the "milk and bread" in the stores (it is a known fact that in Arkansas people can't survive 2 days without milk and bread).
Most of the state received snow this week with some getting up to 18 inches but here in Little Rock we received about 2 to 4 inches.
My brother-in-law (about an hour away) sent pictures of their 10 inches of snow. This was taken on their patio by the pool.
Snow means extra work in the milk business. From just extra milk on my loads, to extra drops from my trailer, to extra loads.
Extra milk on the trailer doesn't pay extra, extra drops pay a small amount, and extra loads play very well. This week I had extra drops, extra small runs and working on my off days.
Thank you "Mr. Snow Man"
The B-I-L (the one that looks like crap)
The Snow Man (the cute one)
The niece ( "a real honey" [must take after her mother] and 18 today)