It was crispy out there this morning.
And look at that powdered sugar on the ground.
The high was supposed to be in the 30s today and that's where it stayed.
Gary helped me with chores and we were done by 8:30.
He went down to Java for coffee and conversation. Last night our mayor and her boyfriend were arrested and it is the talk of the town. They even put it in the Wall Street Journal today. We shall see what really happens.
I, who never liked breakfast, started eating it regularly when the stomach bug arrived. This morning I had poached eggs on toast.
After I watched Lidia on PBS (cooking show), left for the college and drumming. It was cancelled last week and today we were back in business.
Khalid is really challenging us.
By the time I got home (4:30) the sky was gorgeous (again) and there was not a trace of snow.
Geese were flying all over the place and the ponies were going in a little early.
We were invited to Jenny's for dinner.
Finn and Coop had a guest over for the night (Joe M.) and they had the simplified version of our dinner. Chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, peas and a bowl of raw carrots.
We, on the other hand, had a fabulous salad....
mashed potatoes and peas.
Everything was made to perfection and tasted great! Both of our daughters are great cooks!
I made a banana cream pie for dessert.
Remember Ice (one of Jenny's dogs)? He was diagnosed with Addisons Disease and almost died over a month ago. His heart beat was about down to nothing when he was carried into the animal hospital.
Many dollars later, and with good care....he is doing very well.
As we were leaving, Jenny was getting ready to go sit by the fire.
Home by 8:30...looking forward to the next 6 days that will start out in the 60s and go down to the high 50s.
Don't forget to change your clocks!