So my town got enough snow yesterday to make it unsafe to drive. It was by no means a blizzard, but enough to keep plow trucks busy, and slip and slide all over the road. Accidents here and there from people who weren't careful.
As the sun set, and the roads began to ice, by manager made the decision to close up shop so everyone could get home safe. I was thrilled, because from my job to my house was uphill the entire way. It took me a half hour to make that 2 mile drive.
Customers still come in today with some variation of:
"Why did you guys close early yesterday? It took forever to drive out here to get [insert item they needed]. I almost got in an accident! And then I get here to find you guys all boarded up? It wasn't even that bad out..."
Because yes, you almost got into an accident getting here, but it "wasn't that bad"?
I feel like people walk around with the horse blinds on a little too often...