As for today's weather here. . . . .
Today, we did not get snow, we got freezing rain. Everything is a sheet of ice in our area. I warned Hubby that it was slick, and we should reconsider driving to the gym. I had let Alias out, and he did the "Bambi" thing, you know, where the legs go out in different directions. Poor guy. But....the next poor guy was Hubby (who didn't listen to me). I was just inside the door, and he had just walked out. Or should I say skated out? There he was, flat on his back.
We made it there, but my car skated right past our exit road, and had to take the next. Leaving the gym, we saw one car half off the road, with the back tires up in the air. We stopped, but there was no one in the car, and thankfully they did not hit a pole.
School is delayed 2 hours, but once they get salt out on the roads, they should be good. Temperatures are to be in the 30's and the sidewalk I salted is already melting.
We may have another barn cat that adopted us. Or it could be from a town not far, simply looking for shelter and food for the winter. It's been up at the house eating, and Timmy, one of our barn cats, was already sitting next to him/her trying to make friends. Timmy likes everyone. It's too soon to tell if it's a he or she, and it looks just like Tiger.
I've been doing some inventory on handmade/homemade Christmas gifts, and I am short by 2 knitted dishcloths. I'm using the leftover scraps of yarn, to crochet "scrap" dishcloths. I should have an update on those soon.
The chickens are still producing eggs in abundance. We are very grateful for it too. We can go through a dozen at breakfast alone here.
The wood stove is still working great, despite the inspection reports we had. I am thankful for the wood we stocked up on. It's about time to order a propane fill-up (only runs the hot water heater), so I am praying the prices will be low.