We had a little snow yesterday. It brings out a very lazy streak in me when I am snowed in. I can make use of that time in productive ways around the house. Or, I can screw off the whole day!
Well, I screwed off the whole day. I hope you aren’t too disappointed. I’m a retiree, after all, and you might assume I just described my usual day!
Oh, I did wash a bunch of dishes, pots, and pans. It was that or serve the cats supper on a paper plate. They aren’t fussy about things as long as it’s food-like. Hunh! Typical males! And I must spend all of 20 seconds preparing their delightful wet food meal with Lysine supplement, twice a day.
Of course, the little darlings eat off old Gordon Ramsey-designed plates, never paper! I retired that set because too many bowls (especially) and plates started to show chips. I replaced them with Corelle® ware, which is more chip resistant, not to mention lighter weight, no small matter for older people lifting the dang things. Not me…,”older people”!
I checked the snow for depth, in case I changed my mind about getting out. I decided the boys could use their current litter a couple more days if I carefully cleaned out any offerings. (As if they have a choice! Hee! Hee!)
So it goes. Here’s the view outside my computer window. I love that fir tree with all the passion Nebraskans have for trees. It’s an obscene level of love, irrational to a degree we will put curses on people who cut down or harm a favorite tree. Hssst! Your crucifix won’t save you here! Put away the holy water, too.
I thought I’d post more on my paternal great grandmother yesterday. Then it snowed. Today, I had that to report. Maybe I’ll get back to family history tomorrow, but don’t hold your breath or cross your fingers or you might get cramps!