This winter is really getting to be a drag.
I don't think the horses are anymore thrilled than we are.
After chores I took a quick shower and we met up with some friends to go to a memorial service for Tom Talley. It was held at Christ Church in Rochester.
After the service I was given permission to take a few photographs of this amazing piece of architecture.
From beginning to end, it was a very moving tribute to a kind, caring and humble man.
He loved to play the piano and sang in our chorus.
The last time he and Deb joined us for dinner, he sang us a song at the table. So sweet.
He was loved by so many and will be sorely missed.
When we left the church the temperature had dropped and the wind kicked up big time.
I went out to do evening chores early as we were invited to Roger and Tina's for dinner and a movie.
It was not too bad when I first went out, but then all hell broke loose.
By the time I got the girls tucked in you could hardly see the house from the barn.
We had to pass on dinner as the conditions were getting too bad.
So, I made a quick meal here. Veggie cheeseburgers, roasted potatoes and coleslaw.
After dinner I finished my latest book and was kept company by a few of my buddies.
Poor Gary is still painting and making some real progress.
Right now we have high winds, snow and the roads are covered. If the Farmer's Almanac is right, we are in deep tapioca.