I know you'll be completely taken aback when I say that I woke up to four inches of snow and more falling. I was (not). As it is also 32 degrees, it is wet, heavy snow. Looks like there's more shoveling in my very near future, as the rest of the next few days consist of rapidly dropping temperatures, wind and more snow.
Also greeting me this morning were the scattered remains of what I believe to be three mice. I am pretty sure about two of them - it was that bad. Gak. Of course, the cats are doing their job, but what I had in mind was a quick nip to dispatch them, then leave them where they lie. It takes a strong constitution to pick up the remains across the battlefield which is my living room and hallway. Especially at 5 in the morning.
On a positive note (there is always a positive note), the days are getting longer, I've got a fridge full of fresh eggs, and it's Tuesday. It's one day closer to Saturday, when I make my first trip to Webs - the mecca of knitters. I have a short and specific list, and a limited amount of funds. I may have to velcro my arms to my sides, nonetheless.