The first thing I did upon getting up this morning was to bring in the hummingbird feeder and set it on the hearth to thaw. If our resident hummer is to survive in this weather, he needs fuel – and fast. It was so gratifying to see him show up soon after in the pre-dawn light:
I took a photo of my nephew's now-dry Christmas scarf, packaged it up to mail, then headed into town in the 4WD pick-up.
I made it safely to work, only to find the place deserted. The boss had sent out a text telling everyone (else!) to take a snow day. After seeing a photo of my lonely truck in the parking lot on FB, a co-worker walked to the office to sign the checks I was generating.
Remember what I said I'd do this morning? Yeah, me neither for a few hours! iPhone and co-worker to the rescue; I accessed my blog, counted the comments, and asked my co-worker to pick a number between one and nine. Mama Pea won the "coin toss," so I'll be baking her biscotti in the morning. Nighty-night!
That's it for now from . . .