Thursday, January 06, 2011
By the time I remembered to switch to video (still does not come immediately to mind) Karma was settled into the packing paper and bubble wrap. She had climbed under...
...pushed the paper up and smelling it really well...
...smelled under the bubble wrap...
...and then I started teasing her...
...about the bubble wrap popping--ROFL!
Karma was pretty sure it wouldn't pop all by itself, but her tail was a dead giveaway that with all her apparent nonchalance...she was still waiting for a pop.
The plows were busy.
Wasn't my FedEx order, BTW. Maybe today?
The big yellow plow left a part of a front piece in the yard before it started. Must be a more movable scoop, because I saw him using it later to lift and pile snow on top of high snowpiles.
A welcome sight on a sunny day after the storms. :)
Here's what it looked like when they were done. They got done right before Bob arrived for my Federal Housing Apartment Inspection at 2pm.
I filled my cool new oil decanters with organic canola and extra virgin olive oil. Haven't used them yet.
This morning there was a red sun...
...but I only got a peek as it rose up behind the blanket of clouds that have graced us today. But--because of the cloud cover it had risen to a balmy 11 degrees by the time I was coming home from my Federal Housing meeting this morning. :) I wonder if that means we have another snowstorm coming?
Wouldn't you know. In the past online I had been able to click on checks I had written and they would show copies of the checks. Now that I need copies of all the checks I have written to the collection agency for Merit Care...can't get anything to come up at all. Which means I will have to go over to the bank and ask them to make copies so I can mail them to my worker, Deb. *sigh* Not today. Too sore. Have to go out again tomorrow and do that, I guess.
Note: I kept searching and found the copies!! Hurray!!
Aha! FedEx arrived while I was talking to you. :) Show you next time.
Anyways, I have phone calls to make for copies--to the dentist and pharmacy...better get busy. :)
"When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around."