Our neighbor is an older man who had colon cancer. He was setback severely by chemo. It had him so weak that he said he was going to refuse a second round. After a year of not seeing him outdoors, he slowly started getting out of the house to do yard work. He seems to be doing much better.
Atlanta is iced up. Snow came through Atlanta yesterday. I left work at 11 AM while it was just starting. I got home and made it to the grocery store before it got bad. I slept through the snowfall as it got worse. Schools let out early which caused parents to leave work early. Traffic has been at a dead stop on the expressways. A school bus full of kids was still on the road stranded at 9 PM yesterday. The news interviewed a lady that ran out of gas after 6 hours in traffic and she had to abandon her car on the road to get gasoline.
Last night I took a walk on my residential street and there were no tire tracks or footprints at all. I walked down to the main street and cars were sliding into a ditch at the bottom of a hill. This morning there was a car fully in the ditch. Ironically, it had a Minnesota tag. Another car behind it had been abandoned and I watch a car slide into the one that was abandoned. The ice is only an inch thick, but it's like glass where the snow has been compressed. I was going to see if they needed help but there was nothing I could do. An SUV from the state drove by and the driver was just shaking his head. There was nothing he could do either.