I heard a rumor that it’s snowing out. This means, of course, that there will be no bread or milk in the whole city. I remain convinced that even Nashvillians who don’t regularly consume bread or milk run out and buy it when it snows.
Which makes me wonder if maybe the Tennessee Emergency Management’s plan, in case of snow-caused economic collapse isn’t for us all to use bread and milk as currency. I hope not, as I cannot fit more than a couple of loaves in my wallet at a time.