Well, Kitty, I'm glad you haven't lost your sense of humor in all this. She threw her shoes??
If she comes to your door tell her you're not Bush and this isn't Iraq!
I know about
having to drive distances in bad weather. Look, sometimes it's not as bad as you think it's going to be, and if you're like me your worry all the day before about
something you can't have any control over. If it's seriously bad, you just can't go and that's that. There is no sense losing your life if it's a blizzard or an ice storm. Do you have an ER near you? If the weather is seriously bad can you just go there and explain and ask for a temporary refill on the suboxone? I mean, they'd know the weather situation by looking out the window.
If you get on the road and it's kind of just winter weather, well, take a relaxing CD to put on, make sure you have some blankets and warm coffee and your cell phone, and make an adventure of it. And just stop or turn around if it gets too crazy. That's the best you can do. We'll all send you calming energy.