A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME THAT SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER
It was a beautiful, sunshiny and warm day today. YAY! Unfortunately, it's not Spring, yet, but it felt like it. It was great to be able to go outside without fear of getting frostbite. My car's thermometer read 65 when I left church. Wonderful, wonderful.
I spoke with my Virginia brother-in-law earlier this evening. They received 14" of snow at their place in the suburbs of Washington D.C., but didn't lose power, so all was well. He was able to clear their rather long driveway with a snow blower and get out to the grocery and pharmacy in his 4-wheel-drive vehicle. Sister kept the birds fed, so she was happy.
Missy kitty is much improved. She was a wonderful patient for the first week of her ear drops; entirely compliant, totally unlike Sweetie Pie, her daughter, who used to fight me tooth and claw when she required ear drops. What a difference! I gave Missy extra "crunchy munchies" as a reward for her good behavior, and now she expects them every day just about the time I would have treating her ears. Didn't take long for her to catch on.
I will have granddaughter-sitting duty several days this week while her mother prepares for the State Garden Show, which will be held this coming weekend. She is much involved in the several days long preparation for this event, working behind the scenes and also designing and creating her own floral arrangements to be entered in various judged categories. Although she'll be exhausted by the time it's over, next Sunday afternoon, she loves it.
That's about it.
Tomorrow is a also a day.