It’s a foggy and unseasonably warm Friday morning.
Victory for me – after spending two days chopping up ice, it has disappeared. Thank you warmer temperatures and thank you to our ice chopper, which we bought several years ago. I don’t recall having to use it at all last winter, but this winter with its abrupt freezes and thaws has required its services. Often.
Today is Don’s first preview. And today is the day the Original Broadway Cast Album is released. I have an actual CD on the way, but I’m going to download it today so I can hear it now. I’m too impatient to wait.
My now several-years-old geranium, which I overwinter. Almost all of the leaves are new.
Too little sleep over a period of a week and the horrific news from Florida made for a very depressed and edgy me yesterday. Thankfully, I had dinner with Rick, Doug and Doug’s daughter, Alecia, last night and laughed my head off. At one point, I was clutching my stomach with tears rolling down my face, quite a sight for my fellow diners. Laughter is the best medicine.
My mood was much improved when I got home.
I’m thinking of heading into NYC on Sunday for a few days. I’d leave on Saturday, but it’s supposed to snow on Saturday night and I want to be here in case I need to shovel. Even if it snows, it’s going to be in the forties the next day, so it will melt fairly quickly.
Such a strange winter with bitter, bitter cold in December, lots of snow, and unseasonably warm temperatures more often than not.