has been quite a day. My horoscope said
it was to be a day to "let go of nagging
concerns", and I have had many, many
opportunities to identify just what
those nagging concerns might be.
I just received news that long time friend has passed. It was a good passing, gentle and full of love, what we all hope for. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Some jarring news on the web site development front, quite unexpected and and a bit of a setback. Still, you live and learn and then you... move on...
My last pay packet did not reimburse me for all the hours I had worked. I'll be waiting for two weeks to receive those wages... moving on...
Hey, this is turning into a winge binge... moving on...
Attila and I are enjoying the bright sunshine and mild (5C) daytime temperatures. At night it is still very cold,-12C. This is good sugar making weather, maple syrup that is.
The snow is melting, melting, melting. I know we will have another snow storm, or even another few weeks of snow storms, but this does not prevent me from enjoying the sunshine while we have it.
Last night I fried up the last of the pickerel we caught on a fishing trip to the Hudson Bay Lowlands. I love pickerel. I fried it in olive oil and butter, adding lots of chopped garlic. The garlic gets all crunchy and brown, just the way we like it.
I've been working, working, working away at my genealogy project. It is extremely time consuming, with several thousand people I'm researching. Births, marriages, deaths, census listings and any other primary source I can get my hands on; I am checking them all to glean information for my pending book.
I've put on a few (2 or 3) pounds over the winter. I feel lucky to have managed to control the winter weight gain, as I'm very inactive during the winter months and usually gain a lot more than a few pounds.
Mist is actually complaining about TOO WARM! Between our masonry fireplace and the bright sunshine, we have more than enough warmth, even for Mist's taste.
All is well here, we are healthy and surviving, that's the basics well covered.
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Pressure: 101.9 kPa
Visibility: 16 km
Humidity: 55 %
Wind: N 9 km/h
Wind Chill: -3
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