I just couldn’t take it.
My nephew, Greg, informed me of a chance of one to three inches of snow forecasted for the Undisclosed Location on Saturday.In honor of this,I decided to do something I have never done in my life before. I actually started taking Christmas decorations down.
The snowflake on the front of the house really isn’t in focus and the doghouse is still up, but I did start taking the ribbons down, after talking to my neighbor. Her Christmas decorations are all down, but I normally wait until after the feast day of the Three Kings to take the rest down. With the snow that is allegedly coming, I started by taking the ribbons I had up off so they didn’t get ruined. The rest, I decided, can wait until the weather clears and dries them all out.
These clouds were coming into the area when I walked the girls this afternoon, and you could feel the chill coming in with the front.
The only good part about this? I don’t have to run to the local Philadelphia store to buy eggs, bread, milk and toilet paper…..lol.
…getting ready for the holiday.
My nephew, Greg, is due to visit this coming Friday for the weekend.I have gotten the polar fleece sheets ready on his bed, but have also been using that room to store Christmas presents in so I guess I have to get busy wrapping.
Managed to get an oven stuffer roaster in the oven, but no chance of me starting my annual chocolate covered pretzels for our neighbors.Maybe it’s the couple of loads of wash I squeezed in or dog walks….
Well, I still have Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, right?
Gatorade has become the beverage of choice,with water a close second.The girls and I manage 4 walks a day, although Zush gets short ones-I don’t want to stress her out from the heat.Hell, I don’t want to stress me out from the heat.
Hopefully we are looking for a front to come through, and maybe we’ll get some relief! Sure, there might be a thunderstorm or two, but we’ll get through it!
Last night was a bad night.
I don’t know if it was change in temperature or what, but I was hurting and had trouble sleeping. I managed to get a few hours in, but it didn’t take much to have me take the day off, uh,kind of.
I have the Fit Bit Zip on, but Jim has the girls out for a walk now. We have wind gusts up to 40 m.p.h., so I am floating around the house, occasionally sitting with some ice to quiet my aches. It really is weird, as I am used to walking them, and have to admit I feel like a little withdrawal. Hopefully I can keep things together and warm my body up and get back in the swing of things tomorrow.
It’s funny when you are like me and always considered myself a winter person.I guess the law of age and averages kick in to try to convince your body that cold weather likes to be mean once in awhile.
The temperature when I woke up was 16 degrees.If that doesn’t scream January in the East, well, I don’t know what does.
The girls and I went out, albeit a little later than normal, but I layered up,and the wind wasn’t too bad.
Now I have to bundle up again for the last walk of the night.I am hoping the winds are kind.
I have hope in my heart that today will be a good day.
I had stayed up a little last night to watch the Supermoon, and to try to take some artful snaps. That, in itself was quite difficult, since I only have an iPhone 6 for a camera.Back in the day I owned a Pentax K1000 and took fabulous shots on that.
That was the start from our back yard. Unfortunately the Ferry beckoned me in for a 7-3 shift today,so it was not long after that I had to hit the sack. I did manage to catch the eclipse and the red moon, which was neat.
What was even neater was our morning walk this morning.This is what we were treated to as we got down on the front porch.
Thanks to me not dragging along, the three amigas caught some awesome sights along the bay,to the point when we came back & I showed Jim the pictures, he asked where the moon went. I told him the morning walk was prime time while it was dark out.