to quote a woman from Alaska whom I do not really care for at all.
This time last year my area came to a very quick halt due to a horrible ice storm that crippled the entire area. I wrote about it here and as far as I'm concerned I want to forget it ever happened. But alas, that is not possible. We did, after all, learn quite a few things during those looong days with no electricity, running water or heat. One thing being that I was grateful for was being blessed with my family. We made it through and were better because of it. Now the weather service is predicting several inches of snow with a chance of ice mixed in. Oh boy, what fun.
Joe came into town this morning and ran all of my errands I was going to do at lunch. Now all I have to do is warm up my bowl of chicken noodle soup and relax for 45 minutes. I am so grateful to have him. He is a wonderful man. I got lucky on round 3. He's definitely a keeper!
So, here in a few minutes I will relax a bit, eat my soup and then get back into the grind. I still love my job, I just don't particularly care for the cart that was put before the horse. Long story, don't want to get into it. Let's just say it has made my job a lot harder and busier. Not that I mind being busy, I would prefer that over having nothing to do anyday. It is a bit challenging though.
I hope everyone is doing well. I have not been posting near as much but do try to visit my favorite blogs daily. I wish whoever keeps taking hours out of the day where I don't have time to do everything I need to do would put that time back. I mean really. How rude!