which means heinous traffic and horrible drivers.
that last part confuses me because as a canadian, we should know how to drive in snow since hello, we live in a frozen tundra for half the year. alas, that never happens because as soon as there's a slight snow fall, no matter how light, the people in my city turn into morons and act like they've never seen snow before #RAGE.
that said, i really hope that this winter won't be as bad as last winter. for the record, last winter sucked big hairy ones. it was long and cold and brutal and mother nature shat snow on us all the live long day.
and the shitty winter wasn't reserved only for canadians; even the southern states who never get snow, got snow. remember that, canadians? when georgia got some slight flurries and it shut down the entire city for days? sorry southern states, we LOL'd at that one because that's a regular ol' morning for us.
and this morning was -3 with frost all over the ground and my car, not to mention flurries yesterday evening. you know who has time for that? no one, that's who. so with winter being an annoying, persistent assface trying to weasel her way in early, i've been prepping for it:
as are scarves
and we can't forget the yummy food. my crockpot and oven are getting worked over to the max.
++ korean beef (thanks, Biana, for this recipe reco!)
++ crockpot chicken wings (recipe coming soon)
do you hate winter as much as i do? how are you prepping for it?