First, an update on class cancelations:
Beginner knitting with Tanis Gray this evening is canceled. Your class will meet next week at the regular time and then on the following Wednesday, February 24th.
Beginner Socks with Veronica – this class has also been canceled and will not start until next Wednesday. The class will then continue for one additional week, ending on March 10th.
Kirby and I came in together this morning. He rode in my backpack this time. Poor Kirby. His little paws aren’t built for snow.
The Hard Times horse is still cold. There were some folks out front shoveling which makes me think that they are planning to open today. This is pretty exciting because despite the fact that I brought food with me today, I might wander down there for some chili mac. I brought in cabbage and noodles, something that is perfectly suited for a snowy day and a great way to re energize after a long hard walk in…but the chili calls me. Maybe its the MEAT part of the chili that calls me.
I shoveled at 9:30 pm last night and this was the scene when I walked up this morning:
A nice neighbor helped me clear the snow and ice off of our awning so that we didn’t lose our almost brand new awning.
Kirby and I are here for the day but plan to leave at 5pm. We are mostly catching up on paperwork and enjoying the sight of the blowing wind and the occasional car that goes by (or gets stuck).
Please don’t head out today. Its pretty ugly out there.
I don’t believe it. Either someone just broke into Five Guys or the manager actually showed up to open the place today!