Things could be worse. We could live in Northern Virginia or better yet, anywhere above Philadelphia and we would have lots of snow, way more snow than I want to deal with on a daily basis. Yesterday's weird weather with thunder, lightening and heavy rain/sleet then snow was about as much as I'd like to have. Got up this morning to a frozen car but the roads were good. Not so for my company's office in Manassas. They lost power, have lots of snow and a mess. Can't even imagine what NY or Boston have. Do you like snow? How much is too much for you?
I've been quiet for a while, trying to get focused on stuff. Why is it that we have so many things that need our attention and we just can't go home after a day at work and play? Drive home, cook dinner or go find something to eat, clean up the mess, relax and off to bed, then it starts again. Almost like that movie with Bill Murray "Groundhog Day". Do you ever just want to go lay on a warm beach, read a book and have someone come by to bring you a nice big Pina Colada or Mai Tai? wouldn't that be nice right about now. I think I could do it. so, who wants to come and babysit my herd of cats? I think that is my problem. Too many cats. I enjoy them, love them but wonder sometime how I got so many and why? Have you ever wondered "how did I get into this"?
Well other than reading a bit, knitting a bit and thinking about quilting a bit, nothing much is going on in my house. I have been winning a few little things on blogs, a book here, a pattern there
check out their website: www.kevinandamanda.com
pretty interesting blog.
I'm off to ponder the rest of my day. Might try roasting a turkey this weekend in here.