Thought I’d seen everything… until this morning

This morning, the grader that was out to do snow removal slid got stuck on our street on the hill. It was hilarious to watch the       operator trying to back up and get free.

Unfortunately, by the time I ran in the house and grabbed my BlackBerry, it was unstuck and off on its merry way. And since I was in my pyjamas, I couldn’t stay outside too long.

If you look closely, you can see the blades to the right of the vehicles parked on the street.

A little bit of entertainment for an otherwise nasty day weather-wise.


Snowy Sunday morning

It’s snowing and blowing here this morning. Should make for interesting walking/driving out there. Yesterday, it poured rain all day and then in the evening it changed to freezing rain. I don’t know what time it started to snow, only that it was doing it when I got up about 6:00 to put the alarm dog out. Every now and then, it blows so hard I can barely see across the street.



Productive afternoon

After much procrastinating and finding other tasks that needed attention… laundry, unloading & reloading the dishwasher, farting about on Facebook, I managed to write 1072 words in my manuscript. So not a totally wasted day.

Will go back to the kitchen shortly and turn the spaghetti sauce back on, preheat the oven for the garlic bread and start the water for the pasta. Yum yum! S’getti and meatballs.


Saturday stuff

I’ve got a pot of spaghetti sauce on. It was completely made by 8:30 this morning. It’s smelling really good about now and is making me hungry.

I’m back home from having my nails are done and they look fantastic. First of many loads of laundry in the wash machine.


No writing last night

Accomplished absolutely nothing on the writing from last night. I did print the two 250 word pieces that I wrote so my husband could read them. I answered some e-mails and that was about it.

Even though yesterday went well at work, the brain was still fried. Hopefully, tonight I’ll be feeling more relaxed and I will be able to let the good writing vibes get from my brain to my fingers to the keyboard and the hard drive on my laptop.

We’ll see what happens.