Tuesday, December 17, 2013
I am not complaining though, LuAnn was checking in with her friends in East Aurora NY last night and they already have four feet! We watched grand daughter Brynn perform Seven Feet Of Snow at the 12th annual Murphy Theatre Christmas Show Friday night. Her little hands would be doing the same thing in New York where her mom and family hails from!
We haven't had the snowmobile out yet but we could. We had enough snow last weekend to ride but every one's been busy just doing their daily routine. I sure don't have the time and energy to fool with it right now but maybe we will soon.
Does it snow where you live? I would assume about half my readers are in the north where it snows and about half are in the south where it doesn't.
It's been cold, too! It's been as cold as since LuAnn moved here in 2001. I mostly only remember "post LuAnn," now, not much before! She's occupied all my time since 1999 but I think the snow in East Aurora has followed her here now!
Actually, we all know it's cycles, it isn't global warming or some dreaded thing, it's been going on "forever." When one year varies from the last year or so, people get all excited.
I've already burned a ton of wood pellets keeping our 1880 farm house warm, and it looks like the one in yesterday's painting. I have also burned most of the wood on the wood porch twice already and it holds 3 big pickup loads. Now wonder my arms are giving me problems.
Today I get my "pins and needles" or EMG test on my right arm to determine how much nerve damage I have. It's given me fits some nights sleeping and fallen "asleep" during the day.
My arm and this weather has changed a lot of my travel plans and I am not happy with that but I am more at peace with it than you might imagine.
If I get too tired of snow or heating this house, I do have the means to go where I don't have to concern myself with either!
Hmmm, a year ago we were heading for New Zealand and I was in Chris's corn field on a warm sunny day in January.
Now, that is appealing!