I didn't want to pull over, but it was necessary

I decided to take the kids to see my mom and dad on Saturday.

They haven’t been feeling well and I wanted the kids to spend some time with them.

It was supposed to snow Saturday night, so I planned to leave early during the afternoon hours, before the sunset. The kids were having a great time and the hours flew by very quickly. It was getting dark before I realized how late it had become. I packed the kids into the car and hugged my mom and dad. It started snowing about 10 minutes after I left the house. Luckily, it was a light snow and it wasn’t really sticking to the roads. It snowed like that for 15 or 20 minutes and then it suddenly started snowing much heavier. I didn’t want to pull over, but it was absolutely necessary. The kids were tired and so was I, but I didn’t want to get into an accident on the freeway. The snow was coming down very quickly and I couldn’t see anything at all. I pulled over on the side of the road and the kids and I sat in the car with the heater running. I had plenty of gas in the car, so I let the heater run the entire time. The kids and I planned to sit in the car with the heater running while we waited for the storm to subside. Unfortunately, the snow continued to fall for hours and hours. It was warm inside the car, but I was going to run out of gas by morning. When I realized there would be no break, I traveled the additional eight miles back to the house at 10 miles per hour.
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