Ready for a Break
I love snow.
I love chocolate, too. If I ate chocolate as often as we have had snow over the past couple of weeks, I would probably be as tired of it as I am of yet another day of snow.
I live in an area of Michigan that has been under a winter storm warning again all day today. Both my husband and I have been out shovelling the driveway, and I raked the roof edges again for the first time in a week.
At this rate, I'll be able to go up on the roof and shovel the peak, and if I fall off into the snowpiles I've already raked off, it will only be a three- or four-foot drop.
Yesterday we had a bit of a lull between storms, and I took trash away and ran some errands in town.
I treated myself to something that was not white: On-line Supersocke New Wave color 1088.
I seem to have accumulated a lot of sock yarn, but my sock drawer is getting a little full. I've been mulling over knitting gloves for myself, or maybe trigger mittens (mittens with an index finger and thumb). Not for shooting - for changing the radio buttons. But I promised myself I will finish the socks I have on the needles first.
When it's snowing this hardeven the cardinal will eat suet.