Before 9 o'clock the sky turned grey and the temperature inched it's way up to the low 40s.
It was pretty quiet, so I put the hay under the shed roof.
I also spread some old hay over the ice, so when it melts and refreezes there will be plenty of texture to walk on. Sidney tried to turn it into a hideout.
We had chorus today and got our new music. I am so psyched! Two of the songs are African and there will be plenty of opportunity for drumming. Hopefully two of my fellow drummers, who happen to also be in chorus, will join me. Today I took along my new Turkish drum, the Doumbek....and it worked out beautifully. It only weighs about a pound and can be carried with one finger (unlike my djembe, which weighs a ton).
This afternoon the sun appeared along with VERY strong wind gusts. The snow and ice started melting but not enough. Tomorrow I have bridge here and don't want anyone to slip and fall in the driveway.
Gary had Finn and Coop duty and was able to start dinner for Jen before she got home.
I made egg and olive sandwiches with a side of roasted potatoes....no pictures....duh.
Put the girls in a little later as it is staying light longer.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday should be in the 50s. Go figure.
By the way, the number of people in this county with flu is record breaking. What is happening where you live?