My heart goes out to Buffalo and all it’s people who have been inundated with snow this last week and now the threat of flooding. We only had 8 inches here and it’s all gone this AM with temps in the high 40s. I hope the nurses who were stranded at home have now been able to get out to relieve their peers who were stranded at work. I think we need to be more concerned with weather issues in our disaster planning rather than issues we may never see.
I have been making weekly trips, with Eevee, to PA to visit my dad who is in hospice there. I now know I could never drive long distances for a living. Boring to say the least and I ran out of recorded books half way home today, will have to hit the library in the AM. And I will never understand how gas can be $2.92 in PA and $3.29 just over the border. Do they have to haul it further? I know, I know it’s the NYS taxes, why are we all still here?
I am trying to dig up some spirit for Christmas but seem to be scroogie this year. I was caught unprepared when the snow came last week and had now birdseed to put out. If I had wanted to go out that is. Have fixed that today so since it’s going to be in the 50s tomorrow will get the feeders up and suet out ready for the next storm. Hope it’s not going to do this all winter: a foot of snow, melt, then do it all over again.
Enough for now, I don’t think anyone reads this thing anyway, better luck to Sandi next year. See you in a few weeks…..G