Woke up this morning and found a little of the snow still on the ground and temperatures hovering right at freezing. (Oh am I ever glad I didn't have to drive off to work early this morning.) They keep breaking in on the morning TV programming telling of roads blocked, accidents seem to be popping up along the trails.
I do have a dentist appointment at noon, but hopefully the black ice will be gone by then. This is just for a cleaning, so I won't be there long. And then it's off to the local Elks club for a second planning meeting for the upcoming dinner get together for all of us that worked at the Chevrolet Dealership. We had our first one in June of 2006 and people have been calling wanting to know when we're doing it again. This year's dinner is planned for Saturday April 19th.
Yesterday afternoon I spent my time hooking up a new printer. Yes, I had to buy a new printer. Last weekend I wanted to print off some labels for a project I was working on. I put a sheet of labels in and they peeled off and jammed up my old printer. I spent hours with tweezers trying to clear it but I couldn't get them all. I called the computer repair shop I've used in the past and they said I could bring it in, but they'd have to charge me $45 an hour for labor and they couldn't guarantee they could get it working either. So at their suggestion I got a new one. I was glad to find a Lexmark printer, copier, scanner with Wi Fi capabilities and a place for my camera's memory card on sale for $99, regularly $159. It was easy to install and it works great. The old one I packed into a box and if my son wants to try taking it apart to get it working, he can have it. He just has a printer, with no belss and whistles.
Have a great day and hopefully once I get home, I'll be able to take you to the "Zoo." Linda