It's still so cold. Actually the thermometer on my porch says it's 16 degrees. I think the weather guy said it was 22 degrees in my area. So my thermometer may be off a little. Even the road out in front of my house here in the park is compact snow and ice this morning. So I'm really glad to be home today and that I do not have to go out. I would like to get my hair cut but that's only about 6 blocks from here...so I'll call after 10am and see if she made it in to work. And the theater is in the same complex so I could go to a movie this afternoon if I want to. I feel so bad for the people up north of here. The snow was so much heavier. Many have had to abandon their cars along the freeways and even the side roads because they just couldn't go any further. Then apparently many of them ran out of gas while caught in traffic jams....there's something to be said for keeping your gas tank full, especially in the winter.
I've got a fire going in the wood stove to help heat the place and Miss Gabi is all stretched out on the back of the sofa, sound asleep. I keep telling her how lucky she is that she was rescued off the streets of Seattle and found a nice warm home. And she doesn't ever have to go out in the cold, wicked weather, since I'm agreeable to a litter box in the house.
Well, that's all for now. It's pay day so I suppose I should take a look at the bills and get them ready for the mail man to pick up.
I hope where ever you are...you can stay warm and dry. Linda in freezing cold Washington state