Apart from that, I packed a few more things on Sunday, then I decided to take a break and watch some television which really means falling asleep. But that's ok. I still work 3 full days a week and it seems there is always something to do or someplace to go when I'm not working so I'm not against doing nothing at all sometimes. I don't want to sound like I'm the ambitious type because I'm not, but there are times I just don't want to do anything.
Here are 3 pictures I took of some trees that were freshly covered with snow from a small storm the day before. There's nothing real remarkable about them, It was dawn and I just liked the way the sun played off the snow covered bare branches.
So at about 3p.m. Arlene tells me that she has to go to the supermarket and I suggest that we buy some hamburger, linguine, some Victoria basil tomato sauce and a few other things and have a nice home cooked meal. It was sunny but windy and chilly.
Long story short we ended up making linguine and meatballs, I had some frozen string beans and we made a salad. And oh yeah a bottle of wine. All quite Then we come to the weather. One month ago we hit 77, today April 4, 2016 it is snowing, it's still snowing as I write this at 5:15 p.m. on Monday. It's a slushy mess outside. It's New England and that's what happens around here.
I have secured a storage bin and the junk people have taken away all the refuse. I'm working for the next 3 days so moving duties will be put on hold aside from taking a few boxes to my sisters. I wish I could pull a Rip Van Winkle and sleep until all this is over. But then I think about the people I see sleeping on benches while I have a nice warm bed and food to eat and I come back to Earth and think about how lucky I am.
Ok that's about it with this disjointed post. Now it's time to do some shoveling and then enjoy a nice piece of lasagna that Arlene made while we were making our meal yesterday. Ok where are my boots?
I'm outta here