Today was a long day; I worked for six hours and am no longer accustomed to being on my feet for that long. I feel pretty good, all things considered. The office I’m working in for the next few days is a pleasant one, so I’m happy to be there.
Rain, rain, rain! We received a lot of snow last night, and then the rain started. The road we live on was not plowed by the time we left for work this morning. It was quite a slushy mess; Attila got stuck part way down the driveway. It didn’t take him long to dig his way out, and he cleared the messy spot so that I could get through when I left a little later in the morning. It is still raining tonight, and the slush is thick and slippery in the driveway. The highways were bare and wet when I drove home from work.
Attila and I are working every Saturday in March. Since March is such a dismal month when it comes to weather, we are both glad to be extremely busy. When we come up for air it will be April.
A quiet day, an early night.
Condition: Light Rain
Pressure: 100.9 kPa
Visibility: 6 km
Humidity: 100 %
Wind: E 11 km/h
“Conscience is the inner voice that warns us somebody may be looking.”
H. L. Mencken
1880 – 1956
[Speak for yourself, Mr. Mencken!]